A wanted man surrendered to authorities for his alleged role in a Pulaski County shooting.
That’s according to our reporting partners at WKVI Radio.
Barry Danford, 50, turned himself into the Pulaski County Sheriff’s department and was booked into the jail around 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
He reportedly shot his wife, Rhonda Danford, 55, in the arm during an argument Thursday night.
The incident took place at their home located in Francesville.
Rhonada called the police, but Barry had left their home before officers arrived. She was taken to Pulaski Memorial Hospital, but her injury was not life-threatening.
Members of the SWAT team searched the area on Thursday for Barry but were unsuccessful in tracking him down.
Charges against Barry are pending.