Bond set at $120,000 for man shot by carryout owner

No charges filed against store owner

7/9/2014
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Jerold Riley (also known as Jerold Evans), 19, is arraigned in Toledo Municipal Court, today. Public defender James MacHarg is at left.

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Jerold Riley (also known as Jerold Evans), 19, is arraigned in Toledo Municipal Court, today. Public defender James MacHarg is at left.
Jerold Riley (also known as Jerold Evans), 19, is arraigned in Toledo Municipal Court, today. Public defender James MacHarg is at left.

A Toledo man who was shot by a carryout owner on Monday night was arraigned today in Toledo Municipal Court.

Jerold Riley, who also goes by Jerold Evans, 19, of 855 Avondale Ave., is charged with carrying a concealed weapon and aggravated menacing. His bond was set at $120,000 and he was ordered to remain in the Lucas County jail. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 16.

Mr. Riley, who is on probation for a domestic violence conviction, was shot by Bobby Howard, 71, the owner of Howard‘s Dr‍ive-Thru, 1001 Nebraska Ave. Mr. Riley was inside the central Toledo carryout on Monday night, allegedly with a gun, and making threats to his ex-girlfriend. At some point, Mr. Howard pulled out a gun and shot Mr. Riley once in the back.

Mr. Howard is not charged and police do not anticipate that will change, citing self defense.