From the Courier Gazette of March 20, 2008
Man shot in home by intruder
A Frisco man received minor injuries after being shot in the arm by an intruder after arriving home from work Thursday afternoon.
Steven Geddie, 24, told police that he grabbed a 12 gauge shotgun when he heard someone breaking into the rear door of his home after arriving home from work in the 8400 block of Hickory Street shortly after 6 p.m.
“Initial reports show that he and another subject exchanged gunshots,” Frisco police Sgt. Gerald Meadors said.
Police said that the intruder used a small caliber pistol to fire two rounds at Geddie, who then fired one round at the intruder. Geddie suffered a minor injury to the left arm but refused to be transported to the hospital.
Police said Geddie described the suspect as a Hispanic or Oriental male wearing a blue Dallas Cowboys cap, grey and white jacket, jeans, and a red bandana over his face.
The motive for the shooting is unknown, and the incident is still under investigation.