Clark County

Police search for wounded woman and man accused of shooting her in Winchester

Police are looking for Megan Deshay Griffin, 22, and Clarence Ronnie Reynolds, 25.
Police are looking for Megan Deshay Griffin, 22, and Clarence Ronnie Reynolds, 25. Winchester Police Department

Winchester police searched Friday for a wounded woman and the “dangerous” man accused of shooting her.

Clarence Ronnie Reynolds, 25, is considered a suspect in the shooting of Megan Deshay Griffin, 22, about 6 a.m. Friday at M&W Auto Repair on S. Highland Street, said Winchester police Capt. James Hall. Reynolds is also believed to have pistol-whipped Griffin in the face. There might have been a “romantic relationship” between Reynolds and Griffin at one time, Hall said.

Reynolds, who has a tattoo of a crown and the word FOE on his neck, was last seen on a black 1986 Honda cruiser-style motorcycle and is considered armed and dangerous.

Griffin was apparently shot in a leg, Hall said. The wound might have been from a ricochet, he said. She has red hair and a tattoo of the word “Blessed” across her throat.

After the shooting, Griffin walked to a Washington Street apartment complex in Winchester and met a friend there. “They cleaned her up a little bit and tried to talk her into going to a hospital but but she refused,” Hall said. “She contacted someone from Lexington to come pick her up.”

Clarence Ronnie Reynolds Winchester Police Department

Griffin was last seen getting into a black Ford Mustang in Winchester and possibly heading to Lexington. Her cell phone pinged on a tower in Lexington Friday morning, Hall said.

If you have seen these two or have information about their whereabouts, Winchester police ask that you call the department at (859) 745-7403.