BROOKVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – The Chief of the Brookville Police Department spoke with reporters again Tuesday about the Monday night shooting that injured a police officer and killed a woman.
The two officers involved were identified as Officer Henry Edds and Officer Frank Graci. Edds is the person who was injured in the shooting. Chief Doug Jerome would not give any other detail on the officers. He did say Officer Edds is still in stable condition and the family asked for privacy as they move forward.
Both Edds and Graci are on administrative leave with pay while the investigation is underway. The investigation is being handled by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Jerome said both officers fired their weapons in the incident and said any further information will be released by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
You can watch Chief Jerome’s full remarks here:
The female victim has been identified as 31-year-old Ashley Sides, from Cookeville, Tennessee.
Police took 27-year-old Conrad Davis into custody Tuesday morning and are not looking for any other suspects in this case, Brookville Police Chief Doug Jerome said.
Davis is a former member of the U.S. Marine Corps but was kicked out because “the character of his service of incongruent with Marine Corps’ expectations and standards,” according to a statement from the U.S. Marine Corps. Davis was a rank of a Private and never deployed.
He served from Nov. 2012 to June 2014.
Jerome did not identify the officer who was injured but did say he is in stable condition. Chief Jerome did say in his 21 years with Brookville Police Department this is only the second officer-involved shooting.
If you missed Chief Jerome’s comments earlier Tuesday live you can watch them here:
The incident began when police got a report of an incident involving two cars on the freeway which eventually led to a crash and a shooting involving an officer.
Davis was arrested and taken to the Montgomery County Jail Tuesday morning. Davis sobbed as he was walked from the Sheriff’s Office to the jail by Montgomery County Detectives.
2 NEWS will continue to follow this story throughout the day and keep you updated as we learn more.