A 47-year-old Madisonville man suffered a gunshot wound on Saturday after a person opened fire on his home with a handgun.
Anthony Medina, who was treated by medical personnel, was airlifted to the hospital. He was reported Monday to be in stable condition.
According to reports from the Madisonville Police Department, the police were called to the Medina residence in the 100 block of East Lance Street, which is a mobile home park, at 11 p.m. Jan. 5, after a receiving reports about gunfire.
When officers arrived, they found Medina in his bathroom, bleeding from his left shoulder, apparently from a gunshot wound, reports state.
During the course of the investigation, officers found Martin Gonzalez-Zamudio, 18, sitting outside at another mobile home across the street.
The report states that when questioned, Gonzalez-Zamudio immediately admitted that he was the person who fired the shots which hit the victim. A .40 caliber handgun was recovered at that location.
The report states the incident began with a neighbor dispute.
Crime scene investigators recovered nine shell casings in the driveway of the victim’s mobile home, and at Medina’s residence, found broken glass, indicating shots were fired through a window.
Investigators also recovered bullet fragments from the floor and walls in the victim’s home, reports indicate.
Gonzalez-Zamudio was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful possession of a firearm. He was released from the Madison County Jail on $31,000 in bonds.
According to a press release, the case still is under investigation by the Madisonville Police Department.