AKRON, OH (WOIO) - An Akron father shot his daughter early Thursday morning, apparently mistaking her for an intruder, Akron police said.
According to her father Kerry Bever, his 22-year-old wasn't supposed to be home. He thought she was house sitting somewhere else.
Shortly before 1 a.m. officers responded to a shooting in the 1400 block of Onondago Avenue. The 42-year-old dad said he heard someone entering his house and in the kitchen. When he yelled to see who was there, he says no one responded.
The resident could see a shadowy figure, thinking it was an intruder, he fired a shot at the person.
The person in the kitchen turned out to be his daughter. She was transported to Akron City Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
"In the side, in the side, she's shot," he told a 911 dispatcher.
Lt. Rick Edwards said no decision has been made on possible charges.