Cleveland Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting that happened Tuesday night on the city's west side. The incident happened just before 8:00 p.m. at West 97th and Lorain. Police say the suspect, identified as Roy Rudisill, Jr, called police around 7:30 p.m. rambling, and claimed his family member was a cop. During the phone call, Rudisill stated that when police come to his home, they'd better shoot him. When officers arrived, the found Rudisill to be agitated. Rudisill went into a house and came out with his hands in his pockets. Police asked him to take his hands out, but he refused. Police say Rudisill then charged at them with his hand in his jacket. Officers opened fire, striking him several times. Rudisill was armed with a wrench at the time of the shooting. Rudisill was transported to Metro. No word on his condition at this time.
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Pack up the family and get them out of the den for a few hours this winter at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo! Seeing the Zoo in winter brings a whole new perspective to your visit, and the Zoo makes it easy to visit between November 1 and March 31, 2013 by reducing the admission rates to $8.25 for adults and $5.25 for children age 2-11. Many of the animals are more active in cooler temperatures, especially in Northern Trek where the Zoo's six different bear species, Amur tigers, reindeer, Mexican gray wolves, seals and sea lions live. After your brisk walk, you can warm up by the fire inside the cabin at Wolf Wilderness and visit the bald eagle, beavers and brook trout.