A Southern Ohio community is reeling after Pike County sheriff's deputies opened fire and killed a man over the weekend. It happened late Saturday night in a rural area near Latham after law enforcement officers attempted to pull the driver over for speeding.

The shooting took place in the area of Fields Hollow Road and Grassy Fork Rd. late Saturday, just south of Latham.

Daisy enrolled in hospice when she was 90 years old. She had been widowed for six years and had been living in the nursing home for about a year.

Authorities say a woman was injured and arrested after crashing a truck into a Pike County mobile home. According to the Chillicothe Post of the Highway Patrol, Melody Bryant, 31, of Peebles, was driving south on Grassyfork Road at 9am, Friday, when she drove off the road, overcorrected, hit a mailbox, struck an embankment, overturned, and struck an unoccupied residence.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a two vehicle injury crash that occurred on State Route 32 at Germany Road in Pike County. A car driven by 19-year-old Miranda Lewis of Piketon was traveling east on State Route 32. A car driven by 35-year-old Leslie McGuin of Piketon was traveling West when McGuin failed to yield on a left turn and was struck by Lewis.

Wallace was doing all he could to remove more the snow from his gun shop parking lot in the eastern Pike County village. "It's everywhere, and there's only so much you can do," he said.