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Update: Man Shot In Celina

April 10, 2013

CELINA - A St. Marys man was shot and killed Wednesday in Celina, following an incident with law enforcement officials.

Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey reported that Celina Assistant Police Chief Calvin Freeman requested the Sheriff’s Office investigate an officer involved shooting that occurred in Celina.  Mercer County 911 received a call at 12:38 p.m. today of a male walking westbound on Market Street. The male was described as wearing a cowboy hat, shirtless, shorts and sandals with a gun tucked in his pants.  The caller stated the suspect took the gun out, waved it around, but did not point it at anybody.

The sheriff’s office dispatcher relayed the information to Celina Police Department who sent an officer to investigate.  The officer located the suspect and made contact with him in the parking lot of Lake Shore Motor Sales.  Shots were fired.  The suspect was hit.  The officer immediately called for EMS and the suspect was transported to Mercer Health where he succumbed to the injuries.  The officer did not receive any injuries.

The deceased was identified as Robert Hensley, 39, 1107 Motz St., St. Marys.  The officer involved was Patrolman Andy Regedanz, 33, a 12 year veteran.

“Nothing else will be released as the integrity of the investigation needs to be preserved,” Grey said in a news release. “As soon as the investigation is completed, results will be released.”

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