GREENEVILLE, TN -
UPDATE - 3:30 p.m.
An incident report obtained by News Channel 11's Cameron Crapps says that two men were assaulted at the home on the 4200 block of Jones Bridge Road. One male was struck in the head with an unknown object, the other shot in the head just moments later. Three people were inside at the time: the homeowner, Bridget Haun, Carlos Arnett, and Oscar Bobadilla. The report says the incident happened at 3:38 a.m. Saturday morning.
The report states: "Bridgett Haun stated that she and the two victims were at home drinking alcohol when someone walked in the front door of the home. Oscar Bobadilla was hit in the head with an unknown object. She heard a shot and Carlos Arnett had been hit. Unknown offenders or whereabouts...Steve Haun stated he came to residence to visit and found Carlos in the floor, bleeding from the head. Carlos Arnett was flown by Wings to JCMS. CID arrived on scene, investigation is ongoing."
Sheriff Steve Burns says there is very little information to go on at this time because witnesses have very little information.
Cameron spoke with Bridget Haun and Steve Haun, both witnesses. They both say Carlos Arnett is still in the hospital, but is "making a full recovery." The hospital would give no official condition.
Neighbors in the area tell News Channel 11 they heard nothing at the time of the incident.
UPDATE - 1:40 PM
The police report indicated one person was shot and another struck by an unknown object early Saturday morning. Three people were at home drinking when an unidentified man entered, shooting. One male was struck in the head, then moments later a second male was shot in the head. Conditions are unknown at this time.
A shooting in Greene County leaves one man in the hospital today.
According to reports from Sheriff Steve Burns with the Greene County Sheriff's Department, the incident happened at a home on Jones Bridge Road at 5 a.m. on Saturday.
Preliminary reports state that three people were at the home when another person showed up and shot one of the men in the head.
He was transported to Johnson City Medical Center. His condition is unknown at this time.
There have been no arrests, but investigators are questioning witnesses.
We will bring you updates throughout the day on WJHL.com.