WATCH LIVE: 10am news conference on Monday's shootings in Lake CO/Hot in Cleveland/Shoot-Don't Shoot

WATCH LIVE: 10am news conference on Monday's shootings in Lake CO/Hot in Cleveland/Shoot-Don't Shoot

In Lake County, Lake County Sheriff Dan Dunlap and Painesville Police Chief Anthony Powalie will hold a joint news conference at 10:00 am to provide an update on Monday's shooting on the Greenway Bike Path in Concord, and the homicide of a woman on Ravenna Road in Concord.

The suspect in both shootings is in custody and will be arraigned in Painesville Muni Court at 1:00 pm.One victim, a 40-year-old woman was taken to TriPoint Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries after being shot around 2:45 p.m. Monday at the Greenway Corridor. Authorities say the woman told them she was walking with two young children when she heard five gunshots and was struck in the arm. The two children were not hurt. That incident sparked a larger investigation, sending officers to a home in the 6000 block of Ravenna Road in Concord Township, just a few hundred yards from that walking path.That's where they say the body of a woman was found inside a home.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 88

TUESDAY NIGHT: Mainly clear. LOW: 70 near the lake upper 60s inland

WEDNESDAY: Sunny start with some clouds moving late in the afternoon. Hot and humid! Thick! Chance of storms moving in late in the day but better opportunity in the evening. High: 91

Our week of special reports, called "Shoot - Don't Shoot", airs in 19 Action News at 11pm, starting this Monday, July 27th. Viewers will vote on what they would do in the split second scenario at 19 Action The results will be revealed in the following day's 11pm newscast. The four Northeast Ohio residents that participated in the "Shoot-Don't Shoot" training exercise includes: Akron City Council Woman Tara Mosley-Samples; Bob Frantz, who hosts The Bob Frantz Authority on 1420 am The Answer; Erika Lauren, who stars on the Alan Cox Show on 100.7 WMMS; and Community Activist Norm Edwards, President of the American Center for Economic Equality.

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Julia Tullos