State crime-scene investigators have determined the bullets that hit a bystander and a pitbull dog during a Willard drug bust match the weapon fired by a Greenwich police officer.
Officer Sean P. Nolen was one of three officers who discharged their guns during a Dec. 19 search warrant-related incident at 631 Pleasant St. in Willard. He was there with eight Willard police officers and Huron County Dog Warden Gary Ousley.
Two agents with the Ohio Bureau of Identification (BCI) interviewed Nolen in connection with assisting the Willard Police Department with a drug trafficking investigation.
Huron County Prosecutor Russell Leffler's office released the massive BCI report Monday.
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