CLEVELAND -- A busy night along St. Clair Avenue on Cleveland's east side included one man shooting at another and then getting the business end of a stun gun early Friday morning.
Police were responding to a call for a shooting close to East 140th Street and St. Clair Avenue at about 2:40 a.m., when a squad car noticed two men running down the street near East 128th Street.
Officers approached the running men and ordered them to stop. When the one man refused, officers used a stun gun to subdue him.
Upon further investigation, the two men had been fighting over a cell phone when one of the men, who received the stun gun, fired a gun at the other man. The bullet missed the other man, but police did take thealleged shooterinto custody. It is unclear if any charges are pending.
The reported shooting a few blocks away involved a man grazed by a bullet from a drive-by shooting.
Nobody wasseriously injured in either incident, police said.