From the Chattanoogan.com of April 27, 2006
Disabled Red Bank Man Gets Off 4 Shots At Home Invader
McCabe Had Been On Bond For Aggravated Robbery
A disabled Red Bank man foiled a home invasion early Thursday morning by getting off four shots at a man busting in his bedroom window.
Red Bank Police Lt. Jim Kyle said the incident happened at 1:30 a.m. at 203 Euclid Ave.
He said David McCutcheon was asleep in his bed when he heard his bedroom window breaking, then saw a masked man coming through the window.
Mr. McCutcheon reached for a .32-caliber revolver and began firing, causing the masked man to make a hasty retreat.
Lt. Kyle said Daniel "Spike" McCabe, 28, was found to have a gunshot wound later in the day in Soddy-Daisy when he was examined for a drug overdose.
He said McCabe, who is originally from Red Bank but now lives in Soddy-Daisy, has been charged in the Red Bank home invasion.
Lt. Kyle said one shot hit McCabe in the arm, two shots hit a bedroom wall and the fourth shot went through the window.
Officers went before General Sessions Court Judge Bob Moon after Red Bank Judge Gary Disheroon was not available. Judge Moon set a $500,000 bond for McCabe since he was on bond for aggravated robbery and aggravated assault.