Six hours after posting a $10,000 bond yesterday, the 25-year-old Toledo man was shot at, according to police, jail, and court records.
Lucas County jail records indicate that Barnhill was released at 3:30 p.m., after bond was posted, on aggravated menacing and improperly handing a firearm charges. Hours later, at 9:49 p.m., to be exact, Barnhill was reportedly shot at by someone following him in a dark-colored van.
Barnhill told police that he and a lady friend were driving when the van started to follow them. They made a series of turns, and ran a red light, but the van stayed close behind.
After a final turn, an unknown person in the van shot six times, according to Barnhill's account.
Barnhill then went to the University of Toledo Medical Center to be treated for an eye injury; it's not clear how Barnhill was injured.
Barnhill was in jail after he allegedly went to a home in the 3900 block of Almeda, in West Toledo, and told a woman he left a bullet in her car which was meant for the victim, according to court records.