Police units converge on local mobile home after family concerns over man’s health

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Units from Hubbard, Brookfield and Liberty responded

HUBBARD TWP., Ohio (WKBN) – Police were called to the Stoneybrook Village Mobile Home Community in Hubbard Township early Monday evening.

They went to a trailer on Brookside Drive to check on the man living there because his family was concerned that he might harm himself.

Hubbard Township Police Chief Greg Tarr said officers took precautions because they knew the man had weapons in the home.

After an hour, the man cooperated with police and went to the door. He then willingly went to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown for an evaluation.

Now, investigators are looking into a possible connection to an incident at the trailer next door the night before, where a woman reported hearing gunshots and found a bullet hole in her bedroom wall.

“We obviously at this point don’t know if it is connected but we are going to look into it just because of the close proximity of the two homes and the time frame,” Chief Tarr said.

The man is not facing any charges related to the incident Monday evening.

Units from Brookfield and Liberty also helped at the scene.

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