From the News Journal of March 18, 2008
Man shot in home invasion south of Hartly
A 29-year-old man was shot in the leg during a home invasion early Monday south of Hartly, state police said.
The victim was not seriously injured and refused to be taken to the hospital, state police spokesman Cpl. John W. Barnett Jr. said.
According to investigators, two or three men entered the home in the 3000 block of Hourglass Road by an unsecured ground-floor door about 2 a.m.
When the intruders were confronted by the homeowner, one of the intruders fired a gun at him.
The homeowner returned fire at the suspects using a handgun, Barnett said.
After several shots were fired, the intruders fled without taking anything.
The homeowner was struck once in the left leg, Barnett said. The gunshot wound was minor and he was treated at the scene.
A 22-year-old woman and two children, ages 2 and 11, were also home during the incident. They were not injured.