From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette of May 17, 2005
Intruder shot at North Side food bank
A food bank supervisor on the North Side shot and wounded an intruder who apparently brandished a screwdriver when confronted in the freezer area.
Kenneth Mathews, 45, of Sedgwick Street in Manchester was arraigned at Allegheny General Hospital on charges of burglary, robbery, possession of instruments of crime and fictitious reports to law enforcement.
Police said Mathews lied to police by telling an officer he was shot during a drive-by.
In fact, police said, Mathews had broken into the Love Food Bank, a subsidiary of Bethel Assembly of Pittsburgh, in the 2400 block of California Avenue.
In an affidavit, police said William Zapf encountered Mathews about 10 p.m. Mathews was armed with the screwdriver he had used to break into the food bank. Mathews shoved Zapf "nearly to the ground," police said.
"Zapf was in fear for his safety. Zapf shot Mathews in apparent self-defense," the affidavit said.
Police said Mathews was shot in the calf.
The investigation is ongoing.
The Rev. Gregory Hammond of the Bethel Assembly of God church said Zapf was a hunter and sportsman and carried a registered handgun.