Akron firefighter accused of shooting man posts bond

Akron firefighter accused of shooting man posts bond
Akron firefighter accused of shooting man during fight posts bond
nAKRON, Ohio — An Akron firefighter accused of shooting a man in the shoulder during a domestic incident has been released on bond.

Enrique Green, 31, posted his $20,000 bond Friday, according to Akron Municipal Court records.

Green, who has been with the Akron Fire Department for six years, is charged with felonious assault in the Feb. 2 incident that happened at a house on McKinley Avenue near Hammel Street, police said.

Green was visiting a woman just before 4 a.m. when her ex-boyfriend came over. The two argued and the 28-year-old ex-boyfriend grabbed a brick and tried to throw it at Green, police said.

Green fired a shot at the ex-boyfriend and struck him in the shoulder, police said.

The ex-boyfriend drove himself to Summa Akron City Hospital for treatment.

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An Akron firefighter accused of shooting a man during a fight had his bond set at $20,000. 

He been charged with felonious assault after a domestic incident that occurred outside of a McKinley Avenue home on Feb. 2.   

Shortly before 4 a.m. last Friday, officers responded to a fight in the 700 block of McKinley Avenue. 

Police say Green was visiting a female friend at her home when her ex-boyfriend showed up. 

The ex-boyfriend grabbed a brick and attempted to throw it at Enrique Green, police say. 

Green then fired a shot at the male, striking him in the shoulder, according to police. 

The victim then drove himself to Akron City Hospital where he was treated and released. 

Enrique Green has been employed with the City of Akron Fire Department for more than six years. He is currently on paid administrative leave.

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