Shaker Police Searching for Shooter

Police have an arrest warrant for a Cleveland Heights man they say shot a man in Shaker Heights.

The Shaker Heights Police Department supplied the following information. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Shaker Heights Police are looking for a Cleveland Heights man they say shot and injured a man last week.

The victim said that Anthony Dowell, 30, shot him in the arm and the back him near the 12800 block of Fairhill Road in Shaker Lakes Park after an argument. The victim fled and hopped onto a city bus. 

The city bus driver called police, who transported the man to the hospital. He's since been released.

Dowell is a black male, 5 foot, 11 inches and 170 pounds. If you know where he is, you can call Shaker Heights Police at (216) 491-1220.

michael turner November 11, 2012 at 01:00 AM
Now I feel lousy about that last comment. Cleveland Heights is a righteous place to live. I've lived here since 2006. The truth is, crimes and knuckle heads are ubiquitous. Cleveland Heights won't backslide, if we just hold the line.
Akiva Feinstein November 11, 2012 at 01:31 AM
And if we are tough on Section 8 and deadbeat landlords and find a way to turn around our school system.
Emily Jones November 11, 2012 at 02:04 AM
Cleveland Heights is moving in the right direction. The rentals have been a problem that must be addressed. The schools are a challenge, but, they are showing some real positives. There has been ALOT of business interests in the city recently. Meadowbrook and Lee, Doug Katz's diner on Lee, Oakwood, Burgers-n-beer, and more each month. This private investment and interest is a VERY GOOD sign for Cleveland Heights.
Bobbi November 11, 2012 at 02:27 AM
No...they give parking tickets, too!!
Sport November 12, 2012 at 03:38 AM
We must be positive and move forward, in spite of negative people. I have lived here since '81, and I love it! I am a triathlete, and run in Shaker Lakes several times/wk. It is beautiful, and most people I see are friendly, and they keep our park clean. As for the schools, they are weak. Our son just graduated from Hts. High. He took classes at CASE/CSU, and mostly the best ones at Hts, so he did very well- honors, & off to the honors program at an excellent university. Kids will do well if parents are involved, even if the school is a little weak. He did just as well as the BEST kids in Solon, Mayfield Hts, Orange, etc., even though he went to Hts. He loved it. Never got bullied. No racial problems. (He is white.) Please, give our city a chance! Give our schools a chance!


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