A lady was injured by flying shattered glass early Thursday morning after a neighbor fired photographs when she went to confront him a few wandering canine on her household’s property in Orange Metropolis, deputies stated.
- Lady injured by flying glass after photographs fired
- Deputies: Lady went to confront man about unfastened canine
- Robert Mosher, seventy one, charged within the incident
Volusia County deputies responded at about 1:22 a.m. to the incident alongside Alice Drive.
Robert Mosher, seventy one, informed deputies he was asleep in mattress when he heard somebody kicking and pounding on his entrance door. He advised deputies he grabbed a 9mm handgun and went to examine on the noise.
He then stated he noticed a shadow via the entrance window and by accident fired a shot by way of the window. He advised deputies he opened the door, noticed a feminine operating down the driveway whereas yelling after which fired one other spherical towards her as she ran away, based on a information launch.
The sufferer, a 38-yr-previous lady, wasn’t shot, however she was harm by flying glass. She informed deputies she went to Mosher’s entrance door to confront him a few canine that was unfastened on her household’s property and had attacked her.
After the shot was fired, the sufferer initially thought she was hit by a shot from a shotgun, however she found the cuts on her arm and stomach have been from the flying items of glass. She declined medical remedy, deputies stated.
Mosher was charged with aggravated battery with a lethal weapon within the incident. He was transported to the Volusia County Department Jail, the place he was launched later Thursday after posting $20,000 bond.