UPDATE @ 3:06 p.m.
Recent police involved shootings have involved suspects with mental health illness, and officers have been trained with deal with such individuals, Dayton police Chief Richard Biehl said.
He said the suspect fired one shot at the officers before they returned fire. Officers were not present when the other shots were fired in the home, the chief said.
All officers involved in shootings will talk to a specialist to ensure they are doing well mentally and are fit to return to duty, Biehl said.
UPDATE @ 2:55 p.m. (Jan. 27):
Police were called after Larry D. Black, 61, fired one shot at his 30-year old son, Larry B. Black, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl said during a press conference this afternoon.
The elder Black fired a shot at police and they returned fire, Biehl said.
Officers tried unsuccessfully for three hours to get the 61-year-old man to come out of the house peacefully. They eventually entered the house and found the elder Black injured. He’d been shot in the arm.
He was taken to a local hospital for treatment and his being watched by armed guards, the chief said.
Prior to SWAT arrival, Black fired several shots inside the residence, Biehl said.
Black used a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun in the shooting. A .12 gauge shotgun also was recovered in Black’s home, although it was not fired, Biehl said.
Black underwent psychiatric evaluation on Jan. 23 and released on Jan. 25, the chief said.
The Montgomery County Prosecutor has approved five counts of felonious assault with gun specification against Black, Biehl said.
Thirteen shell casing were discharged from the guns fired by the two officers involved in the shooting, the police chief said.
He said they have no indication the weapons recovered from Black’s