Off-duty sheriff's deputy involved in Point Place shooting

A Toledo teenager faces a charge of Aggravated Robbery after being shot by an off-duty sheriff's deputy early Thursday morning.

Shortly after 1 a.m. Thursday, Toledo Police responded to a call of an aggravated robbery and shooting involving an off-duty Lucas County Sheriff Deputy. When officers arrived at Point Place home of Deputy Daniel Hannon, they were told that Hannon was letting his dogs out when he noticed two individuals in front of his house.

Hannon retrieved his off-duty weapon from his vehicle. When Andrew Short, 18, pulled a mask over his head and pointed a gun at Hannon, the deputy drew his weapon, identified himself as a sheriff's deputy, and ordered the suspect to drop his gun. When Short ordered the deputy to drop his weapon, Hannon fired one shot.

Short fled the scene and, along with his accomplices, was stopped by police at Summit and 116th St. He suffered a gunshot wound to the abdomen and will face a charge of Aggravated Robbery, according to Toledo Police.

No other charges have been filed.