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Man drives to police station with gunshot wound

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One person is in police custody after a victim arrived at an East Price Hill police station with a gunshot wound on Sunday afternoon. 

Cincinnati District 3 police say that a man arrived at their location on Warsaw Avenue after being shot in the stomach  on Rosemont Avenue. Police believe the victim drove himself to the station.

The man was transported to a local hospital where he is being treated for his wound.

Police say that one person is in custody following the incident. However, officers are not releasing the suspect's name at this time. 

Authorities say that a car crashed into a police cruiser on a street nearby the location of the shooting. Police believe that the crash is connected.

The shooting is currently under investigation.

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