The Brown County Sheriff’s Office has released body camera footage from four deputies who responded to the scene of a shooting in Georgetown, Ohio. The footage provides insight into the arrest of Noah Clifton, who is facing multiple charges, including one count of murder and two counts of attempted murder. Clifton allegedly opened fire on his grandfather, grandmother, and cousin at their home on September 20.
One deputy’s body camera captured a conversation with Margaret Neff, Clifton’s grandmother, who had been shot twice in the chest and torso. Margaret identified Clifton as the shooter and mentioned that he is schizophrenic. Another deputy spoke with Zachary Neff, who had been shot in the face and sought refuge at his father’s house. Zachary confirmed being shot once in the face and described the incident.
Despite their injuries, both victims displayed remarkable resilience. Zachary initially refused medical treatment until he knew his grandparents were safe. Ralph Jr., Zachary’s father, reported hearing a gunshot and witnessing Clifton’s suspicious behavior before his son was shot.
Noah Clifton is scheduled to appear in court on October 2. The investigation into the shooting is ongoing.