Marion Police Arrest Suspect In Gotham City Bar Shooting
On August 12, police in Marion received a tip shortly after midnight that Lloyd Hinton, the suspect in the Gotham City Bar shooting, was at a home in the 200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue. When officers initially arrived, occupants did not cooperate. Officers returned with a search warrant Hinton exited the home and was arrested. He was brought to Multi-County Correctional Center for a felonious assault warrant.
The Shooting: JaShawn Ray Injured After Multiple Gunshot Wounds
A shooting occurred at Gotham City Bar in downtown Marion at around 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 29. 24-year-old JaShawn Ray was shot several times inside of the bar and was taken to Marlon General Hospital. He was then life-flighted to a Columbus hospital for additional treatment.
Following the shooting, authorities named 25-year-old Lloyd Hinton as the suspect and issued a warrant for felonious assault.
Are Crime Victims Eligible To Financial Compensation?
Attorney contributor Brian Kent of CrimeVictim.Attorney adds some thoughts on how the civil court system can help violent crime victims:
When a victim gets injured or killed in a violent incident on someone else’s property, it’s important both to arrest and prosecute the offender and to determine if the property owner is at fault for failing to prevent the incident. Property owners have a legal duty to keep their premises safe from foreseeable dangers. In some cases, property owners can be held liable for shootings and stabbings if they failed to have adequate security measures in place.
Additionally, bar owners can sometimes be held liable if they continued to serve alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person who ended up injuring someone else that night.
In order to determine if a property owner’s negligence is to blame for a violent incident, it’s important for violent crime victims to have their case reviewed by an experienced crime victim lawyer.
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