A vigil was held Thursday for Hunter Cooper, 15, at … PATASKALA, Ohio (WCMH) — A 15-year-old boy is facing a reckless homicide charge, accused of shooting and killing another 15-year-old. PHILADELPHIA BOY, 11, SHOT AND KILLED; BROTHER IN CUSTODY, POLICE SAY. Pataskala Police say the shooting … The Dispatch reported that those calls had been received since 2009. On Tuesday, Pataskala Deputy Police Chief Michael Boals told The Advocate he believed all the firearms were taken from the bedroom where the incident occurred, but other firearms in the remainder of the house were not taken by police. More: Watkins community remembers Pataskala teen, supports families impacted by shooting, More: 'This is what community is about': Pataskala prayer vigil honors shooting victim Hunter Cooper. According to the complaint filed by police, one of the teens took a 9mm handgun with a built-in laser and pointed at his friend in an attempt to distract him from playing a video game. The report lists multiple items as taken as evidence including: a Smith & Wesson Shield 9 mm handgun with five cartridges and magazine, a Ruger 9 mm handgun with one magazine, two 9 mm cartridge casings, a Smith & Wesson M&P 15 AR-style rifle, a Remington 12-gauge pump shotgun, and a bolt-action rifle. Both boys involved are 15 and went to Watkins Memorial High School. You've successfully subscribed to this newsletter! Legal Statement. His attorney, Sam Shamansky argued that the teens had access to 5-6 weapons. The arrest affidavit said Mary Massuros told investigators her husband "frequently leaves loaded weapons in the house accessible to anyone.". Although police didn't officially name the victim of the shooting, various community organizations and an obituary identified Hunter Cooper as dying tragically and unexpectedly in Pataskala on Jan. 26. A Facebook fundraiser raised over $5,000 for the Cooper family in less than a week. Grief counselors were available at the school on Monday. ?16 in western Licking County. Get all the stories you need-to-know from the most powerful name in news delivered first thing every morning to your inbox. Fox 28 reported that court records showed Massuros has had police called on him more than 60 times for domestic incidents involving knives and guns. The complaint says he then pulled the trigger. The shooting happened at a home on Granville Street in Pataskala around 12:45 a.m. Sunday. A Pataskala police incident report obtained by The Advocate shows law enforcement seized five firearms from the site of the shooting, including some cartridges and magazines. LICKING COUNTY, Ohio – A Pataskala teenager was charged with reckless homicide after being accused of shooting and killing his friend, according to records filed in … Court records accused Bigham of "recklessly" causing another's death after he allegedly used the laser function of a 9 mm Smith and Wesson M&P at the victim's eyes to distract him from a video game, then pulled the trigger. The shooting occurred at a house on Granville Street around 12:45 a.m., according to Pataskala police and the Licking County sheriff’s office. Legal Statement. The name of the boy who was killed has not been released by police. NEWARK - Two 18-year-old's have been arrested and charged in connection to a shooting in the Pataskala area. More: Police: Pataskala teen shot 'best friend' while trying to distract him from video game. PATASKALA - Police took five firearms from the site of a shooting that left one teen dead last week. or redistributed. In a 911 call obtained by The Advocate through a records request, a caller who identified himself as Noah Bigham told dispatchers he accidentally shot his friend and the gun discharged. ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. The fatal shooting on Haystack Avenue in Licking County then … Another teen was taken into custody that day. The paper reported that Massuros’ 2-year-old daughter was killed after being shot by her 6-year-old brother in their home in Pataskala. Mutual Fund and ETF data provided by Refinitiv Lipper. Powered and implemented by FactSet Digital Solutions. Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 17 are here. PATASKALA, Ohio - Two men were killed and a woman was hospitalized last night after a triple shooting on Rt. PATASKALA, OH (WCMH)– Law enforcement agencies are investigating an overnight shooting in Pataskala. Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. Mutual Fund and ETF data provided by Refinitiv Lipper. Mugshot for Jason Massuros, 41, charged with child neglect after his 2-year-old daughter was fatally shot by her 6-year-old brother Saturday in Pataskala, Ohio. PATASKALA - Police took five firearms from the site of a shooting that left one teen dead last week. When the dispatcher transferred Bigham to speak to a Licking County Sheriff's Office dispatcher, he told them: "My friend, he put a loaded round in the gun without me knowing. ©2020 FOX News Network, LLC. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Bigham estimated the incident happened about five minutes prior. The paper also quoted her as telling the dispatcher as she administered CPR, “This happened a while ago….I thought it was something else.”. 10TV is not identifying the teen accused of being responsible for the shooting because he is a minor and is being charged in juvenile court. Upon arrival, they found a 15-year-old boy deceased with a gunshot wound. Authorities identified the girl as Noel Massuros and said she was shot in the head. According to the station, when police arrived Massuros’ husband barricaded himself in the basement with an AR-15 rifle and was threatening to kill himself. The Licking County Sheriff’s Office dispatch confirmed the investigation Sunday morning. PATASKALA, Ohio — A 2-year-old girl has died after she was shot by her 6-year-old brother who had found a gun that was left out at a home in Pataskala, according to a call made to 911. Learn how to boost your immunity during the winter months, Parents learn how to manage stress during the pandemic, Ohio State No.