Man charged in ac­ci­den­tal shoot­ing

Dayton Daily News - - LOCAL & STATE - PICK­ER­ING­TON

A Cleve­land man is ac­cused of ac­ci­den­tally shoot­ing and killing a hus­band and father of six out­side New West Tech High School.

Cleve­land.com re­ports Car­los Diaz-Reyes is charged with in­vol­un­tary man­slaugh­ter in the Aug. 30 fa­tal shoot­ing of Ed­win Rios.

The shoot­ing hap­pened about 8 p.m. out­side the school. Diaz-Reyes was hold­ing a gun that went off, hit­ting Rios in the chest. Some­one saw Rios hold­ing his chest out­side the school, put him in their car and drove Rios to the nearby Sunoco gas sta­tion, where they flagged down a Cuya­hoga Metropoli­tan Hous­ing Author­ity of­fi­cer.

Rios was taken to MetroHealth, where he died. Di­azReyes fled af­ter the shoot­ing.

Diaz-Reyes was sen­tenced in 2012 to three years in prison for ag­gra­vated bur­glary and do­mes­tic vi­o­lence. He has also been con­victed of car­ry­ing con­cealed weapons and unau­tho­rized use of a car.

Per­sis­tence paid off for Howard Hick­man, who has won $1 mil­lion from Pub­lish­ers Clear­ing House.

On Wed­nes­day, the Pub­lish­ers Clear­ing House Prize Pa­trol knocked on the door of Hick­man’s home in Pick­er­ing­ton hold­ing a gi­ant-size check bear­ing Hick­man’s name and the jack­pot prize

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