Two men are in the hospital after a shooting at Warren Village in Terre Haute.
That’s located at 1300 N. 25th Street. The incident happened at approximately 12:06 PM Wednesday afternoon.
That’s when the Terre Haute Police Department responded to the Warren Village Housing to investigate a shooting. During their initial investigation, they determined the alleged shooter was a family member of a THPD officer.
Chief of Police, John Plasse, then requested ISP Putnamville conduct the investigation.
Preliminary investigation revealed that an altercation occurred in the 3rd floor hallway as 32 year old Charles E. Dishon is believed to have initiated a physical attack on 60 year old Steve Hall of Terre Haute.
Once the first physical altercation was over, Hall was attempting to enter his nearby family member’s apartment when Dishon is alleged to have again physically attacked Hall at Hall’s family member’s apartment door.
As the attack entered the apartment of Hall’s family member, Hall drew a semi-automatic hangun and fired striking Dishon in the face. Steve Hall suffered a gunshot wound to his hand during the altercation while no other injuries were noted.
Charles E. Dishon and Steve Hall were transported to Union Hospital in Terre Haute. Dishon was later airlifed to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis for treatment of what is believed to be a non-life threatening wound.
Hall’s wound is also believed to be non life-threatening
Police say there is no danger to the residents of Warren Village and they have been able to return to the building.
Our Cody Adams is following the story and will have the latest on WTWO News at 6.