Police: Argument leads to shooting between father and son on Thanksgiving

UPDATE @ 12 p.m. (11/25)

Huber Heights police say an argument is believed to have led to a father shooting his son on Thanksgiving.

Police and a medic unit were dispatched to the home in the 6500 block of Millhoff Drive at approximately 5:08 p.m. on the report of a shooting between family members.

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When crews arrived, they located a 51-year-old man lying in the driveway. He was conscious and had been shot once in the torso, Sgt. Josh Fosnight said Friday.

The preliminary investigation showed that the man had been shot by his 78-year-old father during an argument.

The son was taken to Miami Valley Hospital. His condition remains unknown Friday.

Police detained the father after the shooting. Whether he remains in custody is not known.

Thursday night, Sgt. Cory Siegrist told News Center 7 police planned to take their evidence to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office on Friday to have the evidence reviewed for possible charges.

The incident remains under investigation.

We will update this developing report as we learn more.

A father is accused of shooting his son on Thanksgiving Day during an apparent dispute, Huber Heights police said. (News Center 7)
A father is accused of shooting his son on Thanksgiving Day during an apparent dispute, Huber Heights police said. (News Center 7)