DERRY, PA. - Police have one person in custody after a shooting victim stumbled inside a bank in Derry Friday afternoon seeking help after being shot in the face twice.
Channel 11’s Courtney Brennan reported that the man who was shot lived on the second floor of the apartment building next to the Ameriserv Bank on South Chestnut Street.
Police said the man heard a knock on his front door, opened it and was shot twice in the face.
According to authorities, the gunman took off, while the shooting victim stumbled downstairs and walked into the bank, where he collapsed.
Police said employees called 911, and the man was airlifted to a Pittsburgh hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Authorities said the victim and shooter are both in their 20s and were arguing before gunfire erupted.
The suspect has been identified by police as Robbie Snow.
Police said they found Snow in a nearby home, where he was taken into custody without incident.
Brennan reported that the alleged gunman was interviewed by police and that police plan to arraign him on criminal charges.
Charges include criminal attempted homicide, aggravated assault with serious injury, aggravated assault with a weapon, firearms without a license, receiving stolen property and reckless endangering.
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