The resident of the home has been charged with aggravated assault and remains in the Bradley County Jail this morning.
Harold W. Parsons, 59, was charged just before 10 p.m. Wednesday.
According to a report filed by deputy Paul Singleton of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, he exited his vehicle and was speaking to two individuals who were at the residence to pick someone up from a party.
While Singleton was speaking with the people, he heard a gunshot, then observed Jeffery Neller, 39, exit the house. Neller had a small handgun in his hand. Singleton gave verbal commands for Neller to drop the weapon. Neller dropped the weapon after moving into the yard.
According to Bob Gault, media coordinator for the Sheriff’s Office, Singleton’s report noted Parson allegedly became verbal, went to a room and retrieved the handgun and was then confronted by Neller, who was attempting to take the gun away from Parsons when he was shot and struck in the hand.
Bradley County Emergency Medical Service responded and took Neller to a local hospital for treatment, reports indicated.
Investigation is being conducted by BCSO Criminal Investigations Division.
Parsons is due in Bradley County General Sessions Court today, according to Gault.
n A Canon video camera was among items taken during a theft at a Pine Hill Drive residence.
Elizabeth Gates said she had several visitors for Thanksgiving Dinner.
After their departure, Gates noticed that the video camera, a Sony PlayStation and games were missing.
The missing items were valued at $732.
The report was filed by Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.
n A KelTec .380-caliber handgun was reportedly stolen from a vehicle while it was parked at a Thoroughbred Drive address.
Dr. Joshua Olmstead reported the theft.
According to a report filed by corporal David Harper of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Olmstead said someone entered his unlocked truck and took the weapon. It was valued at $200.
n Officials made a number of narcotics-related arrests during the past few days.
A report filed by Sgt. Jimmy Woody noted Lon Daniel Burke IV, 18, was arrested and charged with consumption under 21 and possession of marijuana.
Deputies responded to a Burke Ridge Drive address regarding a noise disturbance.
After arriving, they noticed 20 to 25 teenagers and open containers of alleged alcohol at the location.
As deputies were searching Burke’s person, they located the suspected marijuana.
According to the report, the juveniles were initially detained then released to the custody of their parents.
n Lisa Diane Hysinger was arrested and charged with domestic assault, and possession of marijuana and paraphernalia after officials responded to a domestic call.
According to a report filed by deputy Steve McCullough, Hysinger had been arguing with a family member.
Officials located a pipe and the suspected marijuana, resulting in the charges. She was booked at the Bradley County Jail.