As of Friday morning, detectives with the Lucas County Sheriff’s Department weren’t releasing the names of the man and woman involved in a shooting Thursday at 11214 Bunting Road in Jerusalem Township.
But a detective did confirm the shooting occurred before sheriff’s deputies arrived and the two had head wounds.
Both were transported by ambulance to St. Vincent Medical Center.
According to records of sheriff sales in Lucas County, March 15 was the day of the scheduled eviction for Rick Bodi, who was involved in a foreclosure sale of the property.
|Service contractors serving the eviction notice, Josh Kreps and Craig Nardecchia, said they went to the back door and the man answered the door covered in blood saying they would not leave the house. (Photo courtesy of Maggie Dandar/mdandarphotography.com.)|
The White Pages online service lists a woman named Carol Kucinski as a resident of the Bunting Road address.
The foreclosure process began in November 2010 when the property was ordered to be sold.
The three-bedroom home, which sits on 3.1 acres and was appraised at $110,000, was sold March 23, 2011 under a foreclosure to US Bank, NA, for $73,334.
Two men serving the eviction notice Thursday told Maggie Dandar, a freelance photographer for The Press who lives near the Bunting Road home, a man who answered the door was covered in blood and refused to leave.
A spokesperson for St. Vincent’s said Thursday the hospital didn’t have any information on the conditions of the two.
Oregon police also responded to the scene to provide back up, a dispatcher told The Press.