Road blocked off

Monroe Mills Road was blocked off at the intersection of Harding Road near Howard on Saturday morning, amid a standoff in the area between law enforcement and two shooting suspects.

MONROE TOWNSHIP -- The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) has seized more than 1,000 firearms and over 140,000 rounds of ammunition from the Monroe Township property where brothers Randy A. Wilhelm and Bradley L. Wilhelm were shot and killed by law enforcement Saturday morning, according to a press release issued by the agency Monday.

Knox County Prosecutor Chip McConville has requested the BCI continue searching the property for additional firearms.

15266 Gilchrist Road

An overhead view of the property where Saturday morning's officer-involved shooting occurred: 15266 Gilchrist Road in Monroe Township, just west of Apple Valley.

Howard-area incident

Law enforcement officials from the Knox County Sheriff's Office and Ohio State Highway Patrol man the intersection of Monroe Mills Road and Harding Road, just west of Apple Valley, during an officer-suspect negotiation situation on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2022.