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Shots fired into the air at Ravine Park Village

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Toledo Police have taken a man into custody after they say he fired shots into the air at Ravine Park Village in east Toledo.

Reports of shots fired came in around 6:00 a.m. Friday near Seamen and Mechanic Street at Ravine Park Village.

Toledo Police say the person responsible was shooting his gun it to the air. Neighbors on scene say they heard multiple shots. No one was injured. 

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