Adrian Pennington, 22, address unknown, was treated and released from MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland on Monday, according to a nursing supervisor. Pennington was wounded while breaking up a fight among neighbors on the sidewalk, witnesses told The Chronicle-Telegram.
Witnesses said a neighbor who had a stun gun taken away from him during the fight was responsible for the shooting. They said the man retreated about 20 yards onto the front lawn of a home at 3915 Gary Ave., pulled out a pistol and fired several shots across the street.
Witnesses said Pennington bled profusely after being grazed, but didn’t lose consciousness. A police report was unavailable Monday, but police spokesman Capt. Roger Watkins said the shooter remained at large.