Kewanna, Ind. – Police say a homeowner shot and badly wounded a man who had broken into his house in a small northern Indiana town.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Department says the wounded 41-year-old man’s estranged wife was inside the house in the town of Kewanna when the shooting happened early Monday.
The wounded man was flown to a South Bend hospital in critical condition, the South Bend Tribune and WNDU-TV reported.
Police say the resident told officers the man had a gun when he broke in soon after midnight in the town about 40 miles south of South Bend. The homeowner told police he shot the intruder and then called 911.
Source: RTV6 ABC
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