GEORGETOWN, Ohio – A man has been arrested in connection with a Georgetown, shooting.
According to court records, Calvin Jackson, 36, was arrested on Wednesday, May 23, in connection with the shooting of 46-year-old Fred Lilly outside of Grandma and Grandpa’s Carryout in Georgetown. Jackson has been charged with one count of first-degree felony attempted murder and two counts of second-degree felonious assault.
Jackson allegedly shot Lilly in the leg with a 20-gauge shotgun, according to reports.
According to the sheriff’s office, at around 3:28 p.m., on Saturday, May 19, officers received a call of a man at Grandma and Grandpa’s Carryout in Georgetown, with a gunshot wound.
Deputies responded to the scene with assistance from the Georgetown Police Department and the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Their investigation led them to a residence located at 5918 Wells Goecke Road in Georgetown.
Once there, deputies determined that an altercation took place between Lillie and Jackson. During the altercation, Jackson allegedly shot Lillie with a shotgun, according to Brown County Sheriff Gordon Ellis.
Lillie was transported to University of Cincinnati Hospital and is in stable condition as of press time, according to Ellis.
Jackson’s bond was set at $250,000 cash, surety or property. He was ordered to have no contact with the victim, the victim’s co-defendant or their residence.
Jackson’s first preliminary hearing in Municipal Court will be on May 31 at 10:30 a.m.