WTOL reports according to the department's public information officer Lt. Kevan Toney, Richardson was a suspect in four carryout robberies.
A tweet sent by the Toledo Police Department stated no officers were harmed in the incident.
According to CBS, this is the second police shooting in Toledo in less than a week. On Saturday, a man was killed after a robbery at a Dollar General store in South Toledo, WTOL reports.
Officer Jonathon Chio, a three-year veteran of the police force, shot and killed 56-year-old Dale Slocum, who police said entered the Dollar General waving a gun and demanding money.
The gun was later discovered to be a replica, but police said they found 53-year-old Tommy Thacker stabbed to death inside the store. Police told WTOL Thacker was stabbed while trying to hold Slocum down.
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Toney acknowledged the timing of the two shootings is unusual, but said that officer-involved shootings do happen in a city of Toledo's size, WTOL reports.
"Anytime anyone is shot, it's concerning," Toney said. "Police officers don't want to shoot anyone. It's one of the hardest things an officer faces."