Ovid man arrested on several felony charges after gun fired through apartment

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 28-year-old Ovid resident on several felony charges after a long-gun was fired through the floor of an apartment.

Hunter Rogers, 28, of Ovid was charged with five counts of first-degree reckless endangerment — Class D felonies — after inadvertently shooting a .22 long-rifle through the floor of his upstairs apartment.

It’s believed that Rogers was cleaning it at the time of the incident.

Five adults were inside the lower-level of the apartment. No injuries were sustained by anyone involved, but Rogers was charged.

His court appearance was scheduled for April 6th.

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