Tue May 22, 1:27 PM
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) - Michael Lusher apparently is a sound sleeper. A small-caliber bullet struck the 37-year-old Altizer man in the head as he slept Sunday morning, but he didn't realize it until he awoke nearly four hours later and noticed blood coming from his head, said Cpl. R.H. McQuaid of the Cabell County Sheriff's Department.
The bullet that struck him was one of five that someone sprayed across his mobile home and truck at about 4:20 a.m. Sunday, McQuaid said. The one the struck Lusher apparently lost velocity as it traveled through two walls.
"We're just glad he didn't suffer any life-threatening injuries with a head wound," he said.
Lusher came home from a night on the town about an hour before he was shot while lying in bed, McQuaid said.
He remained hospitalized at St. Mary's Medical Center on Monday. His condition was not immediately available.
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Man sleeps through gunshot to the head; Injuries not considered life-threatening
This doesn't seem unreasonable to me.