Somerset man won’t face charges in intruder shooting case

A Somerset man will not face charges after he shot another man who had reportedly broken into his vehicle.

According to the Commonwealth Journal in Somerset, a Pulaski County Grand Jury returned a “No True Bill” against Jared Anderson of Somerset.

Pulaski County law enforcement said in October, Anderson reportedly walked out of his home early in the morning when he saw someone in his SUV parked in his driveway.

When Anderson opened the door to the vehicle, a confrontation occurred in which Anderson reportedly shot 49-year-old Gregory N. Ramsey.

Ramsey was pronounced deceased at the scene by the Pulaski County Coroner’s Office.

Anderson’s attorney told the Commonwealth Journal that the grand jury believed that Anderson acted in self-defense during the incident.

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