A Pennsylvania man is on the run after trying to shoot his brother during a fight over the weekend, and accidentally hitting his sibling’s girlfriend instead.
The older 33-year-old brother showed up at the girlfriend’s home a short time later and reportedly opened fire as the couple was sitting on the front porch. Instead of hitting his 28-year-old brother, the older brother shot the girlfriend three times, police said.
She was said to be in stable condition after being taken to Temple University Hospital.
The older brother fled the scene after the shooting, according to police. Authorities said that he had been recently released from prison.
Watch the video below from WCAU, broadcast Feb. 24, 2014.
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Protesters march on mayor’s mansion in NYC as criticism grows against Bill de Blasio
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has been highly criticized for his response to the protests against police violence.
The mayor has been criticized by protesters and the press for violence inflicted by the New York Police Department.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly blasted the city's response.
Meanwhile, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) also criticized the mayor, for not doing his job.
Here are some of the scenes of protesters marching on Gracie Mansion, the official residence of the mayor of NYC. Built in 1799, NYPD is trying to protect the building.
Fox host rips Trump for ‘weakness’ after gas and rubber bullets were fired at protesters to clear way for photo-op
Trump’s determination to quell protest crowd backfires as DC marchers grow larger
Marchers walking south on 16th Street grew progressively larger as they filled the roads and sidewalks Tuesday.
President Donald Trump dispatched the National Guard Monday as Park Police and Washington, DC PD members joined the mass of officers attempting to clear the streets.
It didn't work.
"This crowd is massive today and is spread around a bunch of downtown streets. Lots of people I’ve spoken to say this is their first day protesting, with some saying the overwhelming force used to clear folks last night motivated them to come speak out in person," said MSNBC's Garrett Haake.