It’s been more than 24 hours since police broke up a house in Anderson Township with crime scenes. The house is connected to Bengals running back Joe Mixon.
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office has released very little information about the Monday incident in the 7900 block of Ayers Road in which an Anderson High School student was injured.
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Here’s what we know about an investigation into an incident at that property, which is now part of a crime scene.
Deputies responded at 8:25 p.m. to a call of shots fired from the 7900 block of Ayers Road. A youth there was taken to hospital with injuries that are not considered life-threatening.
The sheriff’s office has not disclosed whether the youth was shot, only that he was injured.
What is being investigated?
Shots were fired, but authorities have not said if the youth was actually shot.
According to Kyla Woods, spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office, a search warrant was executed for a home in the 7900 block of Ayers Road and evidence was gathered, but the statement did not say which home was searched
Early Tuesday, deputies could be seen surrounding a house in the 7900 block of Ayers Road associated with Mixon.
They entered through a side door sometime after midnight and later left without making any arrests.
Whose house is that?
A trust is listed as the owner of the home on the Hamilton County auditor’s website.
The house is linked to Joe Mixon through court records. The sheriff’s office confirmed it was linked to Mixon.
The Ayers Road address was listed in court documents filed in a January incident in which Mixon was charged with aggravated menacing. These charges were later dropped.
Anderson High School student injured in incident
An email sent by Anderson High School Principal Kyle Fender to students’ families Tuesday said a student from the school was injured in the incident Monday night in the 7900 block of Ayers Road.
The student is resting at home and is doing well, according to the email.
What do we not know?
The question has filed requests for documents, including the search warrant, incident report, dispatch records and body camera footage related to the incident.
We do not know:
If the Anderson High School student was shot.
Who is accused of having fired shots.
What events happened before the event.
Whether Joe Mixon was involved or whether he himself was home at the time.
What the search warrant was for or what was found.
This article originally appeared on the Cincinnati Enquirer: Anderson Township home part of crime scene where student injured