Marion Woman Shot In Home Invasion

By Jake Perrone - 21Alive
By Rachel Martin - 21Alive

Credit: Dan Gadberry

Marion Woman Shot In Home Invasion

January 19, 2014 Updated Jan 19, 2014 at 9:05 PM EST

MARION, Ind. (21Alive) – A woman is taken to the hospital in stable condition after being shot during a home invasion, with her child present.

Detectives from the Marion police department are investigating a home invasion that lead to a shooting.

The shooting happened just after 3:30 Sunday afternoon at 1010 west 10th street in Marion.

When officers arrived they found a female victim with a gun shot wounds to her leg.

Police say the victim was at home with her child when a man and woman wearing masks broke in through the back door.

Police say while the victim was attempting to call 911 she was shot in the leg by the male intruder.

Both intruders then ran out of the house, and so far police have not made any arrests in the incident.

The victim was transported to an area hospital before being flown to a Fort Wayne hospital. The victim was last listed in stable condition.

Marion police did not say whether the victim’s child was hurt.

The incident remains under investigation.




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