According to police, a morning shooting in Columbus was a case of self defense.
Around 9:30 Wednesday morning police say a man armed with a gun entered a home on Patch drive.
Authorities say the homeowner pulled his own gun to defend himself. Sergeant Harvey Hatcher with the Columbus Police Department tells News Three this was a clear case of self defense. Hatcher says "right now the preliminary investigation shows the homeowner who lives here was confronted by a subject with a gun. The homeowner was able to retrieve his own weapon and fired shots at the suspect". Hatcher says the attacker was shot in the arm and was taken to The hospital. After the shooting the culprit ran one block away to Eddy street where he was taken into custody.
The case is being handled as an attempted burglary. The homeowner was not charged.