Park City, Kentucky

From the Bowling Green Daily News of July 5, 2007

Wounded shooter may be charged

A Park City man may face charges after police said he shot into a home Wednesday – if he survives several gunshot wounds suffered when the person inside the home returned fire.

Kentucky State Police were called to 96 Tisdale St. after shots were fired and found Terry Conwell lying in the roadway, said Trooper Todd Holder, spokesman for Kentucky State Police in Bowling Green.

Conwell, 33, of Park City arrived at the residence and began shooting at the house with an AK 47, Holder said. Conwell then broke into the house by shooting off the doorknob.

When inside, Conwell continued shooting and Matthew Pulley, 20, of Bowling Green returned fire striking Conwell several times, Holder said.

The shooting occurred at 6:45 p.m., according to a state police report.

Conwell was removed from the scene, initially taken to The Medical Center and then transferred to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he is in critical but stable condition, Holder said.

“Detective Forest Winchester will seek an indictment against Conwell with the Barren County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office based on his release from the hospital,” Holder said.

Conwell could face anticipated charges of attempted murder and first-degree burglary, according to state police.

There will be no charges filed against Pulley, Holder said. Monica Wilson, 19, and Joyce Davidson, 42, both of Park City, were inside the house as well when shots were fired.

Pulley, Wilson and Davidson were not injured, according to state police.

“There were some rumors this may have been because of an ongoing feud, but at this time those are just rumors,” said Barren County Sheriff Chris Eaton.

Conwell was attempting to get into the house because of an ongoing domestic situation, Holder said.


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