Andrew Atkinson was looking for trouble one Wednesday night as
police were called to investigate a disturbance he had caused at a
Malta, Montana, tavern. Still on the scene at the tavern, police
were then called to a nearby home where an intruder had been
reported. Robert Taylor said that a man, later identified as
Atkinson, had forced his way through Taylor's front door. After a
fierce struggle, the 59-year-old homeowner shot Atkinson in the leg.
Both men were hospitalized, and Taylor was released with minor
injuries. Upon his release from the hospital, Atkinson was to be
arrested and charged with burglary, according to Phillips County
Sheriff Tom Miller.
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