WDBJ7 Web Staff
4:29 PM EDT, October 1, 2012
A man who was shot while police say he was trying to break into a Radford home was released from the hospital Monday.
Investigators say Lee Greene Jr. was shot while trying to break into a home on PT Travis Avenue on Sept. 17. He was originally listed in critical condition at the hospital.
Greene has been taken ot the New River Valley Regional Jail and is being held without bond.
He has been charged with three counts of making threatening or intimidating phone calls, one count of engaging in conduct that puts a family member in fear or harm, and two counts of attempted breaking and entering in the nighttime to commit assault and battery.
Greene used to live in Radford.
Original story from Sept. 17
A man is in critical condition after a shooting in Radford.
Police got a call around 1:20 a.m. Monday morning that someone was beating on the windows and trying to get into a home on PT Travis Avenue. When our crew arrived on the scene, windows had been broken and there was blood in front of the home.
While officers were on their way they found out that someone inside that home had shot at that man several times.
When officers got there the man was gone.
Later Monday morning 42-year-old Lee Green Junior showed up at a local hospital with gunshot wounds. Green used to live in Radford, and police say he knew the people inside the home on PT Travis Avenue.
Green is listed in critical condition.
So far no charges have been filed against anyone involved.
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