Arrest made in Franklin Park Mall capturing Toledo Ohio


According to Toledo Police, Jestin J. Landry shot a person in the parking lot and hit two vehicles. Landry doesn’t have a concealed carry, according to court documents.

TOLEDO, Ohio – A Toledo man is on remand charged with firing a pistol in the Franklin Park Mall parking lot, resulting in a lockdown on August 3.

Jestin J. Landry, 30, is charged with negligent assault in the incident. According to court records, Landry is alleged to have fired a 9mm cannon at a victim who was hit by two vehicles in the Franklin Park Mall parking lot.

According to the complaint, Landry does not have a concealed carry and is not legally allowed to own a firearm.

According to police, shots were fired at around 7 p.m. on August 3 in the parking lot of the Don Juan Bar and Grill.

A Franklin Park Mall employee said the incident resulted in the mall being closed.

Franklin Park Mall released this statement after the incident:

“The safety of our guests, renters and employees is a top priority at Franklin Park Mall. We pride ourselves on the partnerships we have with our local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, and we thank the Toledo Police Department for their prompt response isolated cases. ” Incident that happened in the parking lot this evening. This is an active, injury-free investigation and we are confident that the Toledo Police Department will respond thoroughly to it. “

TPD said the investigation into the incident is ongoing and anyone with information will be urged to call the crime stopper at 419-255-1111.

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