Casey Moss Obituary, Shooting in amelia Ohio today, Casey Moss Dies

Casey Moss Obituary, Death – The person who was shot on Tuesday night in Batavia Township and later passed away has been identified by the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. The female victim, whose name was Casey Hamblin Moss, was determined to be 39 years old by the deputies, who investigated the incident. It was reported that Moss was living on the streets, according to the officials. “the investigation has revealed that this was not an act of violence perpetrated at random,” the authorities stated in a press release they published. “This incident started with a drug sale, which led to a disagreement over money, which led to a chase, which ultimately resulted in the shooting,” said the witness. According to the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office, at approximately 6:45 p.m., authorities received a 911 call from a woman who reported that her son had arrived at her residence on Magnolia Drive with his girlfriend who had been shot.

The woman said that her son had called 911 to report that he had brought his girlfriend to her home. In addition, the mom mentioned that her son had dialed 911 to report the occurrence. When law enforcement officers arrived at the scene at 6:51 p.m., they discovered an adult female lying unresponsive in the driveway of the residence. Despite the fact that Central Joint Fire and EMS went to the scene, it was apparently reported that the victim had been pronounced dead at the location prior to their arrival.

The son of the person who placed the initial 911 call reportedly told officers that his fiancée was shot while they were driving on Golden Meadow in Batavia Township near the intersection of Bach Grove Ct. by a passenger of a second car that was also driving on Golden Meadow. According to the police, this information was relayed to the officers by the son of the person who placed the initial 911 call. On top of that, the passenger in the second automobile was also the one behind the wheel on Golden Meadow.

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