From the Louisville Courier-Journal of March 18, 2008
Two men wounded at Austin business
Two Scott County men are recovering from gunshot wounds at University Hospital in Louisville after they were wounded last night on the property of a modular home dealership in Austin.
Malcolm Abner, 28, and Michael West, 33, are listed in fair condition today.
Scott County Sheriff John Lizenby said 32-year-old Chester Stacey told officers that he shot the men when they came at him as he investigated what he thought were people stealing things at Countryside Mobile Homes at 2771 E Ind. 256 in Austin.
Stacey is the son of Countryside owner Grover Stacey.
Lizenby said a Scott County officer who had been called to the scene to investigate possible trespassers was talking to the elder Stacey when they heard voices and then heard gunshots in a field on the property.
Officer Joe Johnson found the younger Stacey holding a 9-mm automatic handgun with Abner down in front of him.
West later came out of the field and told an Indiana state trooper that he’d been shot.
Lizenby said this morning that no one has been charged but the investigation is continuing. He said officers are searching for two other men that Chester Stacey said were also in the field.