MIDDLETOWN, OH (FOX19) - A man is facing multiple charges following a shooting at a Middletown bar early Wednesday morning.
Middletown Police say they received a call of a disturbance with shots fired at a bar in the 400 block of Clark St.
According to police, upon arriving officers made contact with Quentin Bingham who reported to them that he was involved in the disturbance with a man later identified as Zachary Robinson.
Officials say that Bingham told them that Robinson pulled out a gun during an argument and attempted to shoot at Bingham but the gun did not off. Bingham fled the parking lot, and Robinson put a new round into gun and followed Bingham to the parking lot where he fired another round at Bingham but missed. Robinson then fled the area in a jeep.
Middletown officers were able to find the Jeep in the 700 block of Charles St.
Middletown Police say when officers approached the house they observed Robinson snorting a line of methamphetamine and handed the plate with more meth on it to a 17-year-old female who also snorted the meth. Officers entered the residence, and a search warrant was served and pills and guns were seized from the residence.
When Robinson was brought into the police department he became violent and assaulted a police officer and a correction's officer, according to police.
Robinson was charged with attempted felonious assault, corrupting another with drugs, assaulting a police officer, assaulting a corrections officer, drug abuse, possession of a firearm in a liquor establishment, using weapons while intoxicated, possession of drug paraphernalia, and resisting arrest.
Det. McIntosh is investigating the incident. Anyone with any information should call 513-425-7785.