ELMOOD PLACE, OH (FOX19) - Elmood Place Police are looking for a man who shot another man several times using a bow and arrow.
Officers say the whole thing started around 4 a.m. Tuesday morning in the 400 block of Beech Street when neighbors reported hearing arguing between the victim and suspect.
A short time later, neighbors reported hearing the victim, Douglas Stacey, yelling for help, so they called police. Emergency crews responded around 7 a.m. and found Stacey suffering from three arrow wounds - two in the back and one in the hand.
Stacey was conscious and alert when taken to the hospital, and police say he is undergoing surgery. His condition has not been released, but police say he suffered a punctured lung.
Police are looking for the suspect, Harry Spivey, 57, who's last known address is in Adams County. He is a white man with a heavy build and bald. He goes by the nickname "Bo" and is wearing white sweat pants and an orange shirt. He is driving a green Dodge Intrepid with a shattered rear driver's side window. Police are searching for Spivey in a remote area in Adams County where he is known to go hunting.
Investigators say Spivey had been staying with Stacey and the fight started after Spivey was asked to leave.