From the Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader of January 24, 2008
Plum man won't be charged for shooting intruder, prosecutor says
Allegheny County prosecutors say they won't charge a man who shot an intruder at a suburban Pittsburgh apartment.
Authorities say 68-year-old James Bodnar told them he shot the man in both legs when he tried to enter Bodnar's Plum Borough apartment about 1:30 a.m. on Jan. 9.
Police believe 21-year-old Justin Jones of Auburn, N.Y., thought he was entering his ex-girlfriend's apartment in the same complex.
Police say Bodnar opened the door and showed Jones the gun after Jones tried to kick in the door. Police say Bodnar shot Jones when he still tried to enter.
Jones is in the county jail awaiting a preliminary hearing Wednesday on attempted trespassing and other charges.
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