During the search, deputies found that shelling from the north side of the sheriff’s building, two personal cars and one cruiser.

BUCYRUS, Ohio – A man has been arrested after police said he confessed to shooting at the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday night.

Deputies were investigating shots fired near the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office on Stetzer Road around 9:30 p.m., when they were contacted by the Bucirus Police Department about a man who came to their station and reported that he had just shot at the sheriff’s office.

Bucyrus police have taken into custody 35-year-old David Vazquez. The Crawford County Sheriff’s Deputy then took Vazquez to the Crawford County Jail, the sheriff’s office said.

Vazquez’s car was confiscated and stored at the sheriff’s office.

During the investigation, deputies also received several reports of knocks on windows and doors and possible shots on the 200th quarter of Iona Drive and 2400th quarter of Stetzer Rd.

After inspecting the buildings and territories of the Sheriff’s Office, deputies found that the north side of the sheriff’s office building, two personal cars and one cruiser were hit by guns, the sheriff’s office said.

Vazquez is being held for investigative purposes.

No one was injured in the incident. This investigation is ongoing, the sheriff’s office said.

Residents in the Timken division area between East Mansfield Street and Stetzer Rd. are asked to inspect their homes and property for damage and contact the sheriff’s office at (419) 562-7906 if damage is found.

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