Alleged Intruder Hospitalized After Former Girlfriend Shoots Him in Face

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An alleged intruder is hospitalized after his ex-girlfriend, a Holmesburg, Pennsylvania, homeowner, shot him in the face Sunday night.

CBS Philadelphia reports that the incident occurred at approximately “11 p.m. on the 4700 block of Ashville Street.”

FOX 29 notes the alleged intruder, identified as a 31-year-old man, was trying to gain entry into the house when the homeowner fired at him, shooting him “in the left side of his face.”

PennLive points out that the female homeowner “told police she shot her ex-boyfriend in the face as he tried to break into her house.”

The alleged intruder was rushed to Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital and listed in critical condition.

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