Two people have been charged in the accidental shooting of a 13 year old Liberty Township boy.
Keyoina Owens, 33, and Joseph Greer, 32, have been charged in the matter with receiving stolen property and child endangering.
Police Chief Rich Tisone says the two suspects are the lease holders of
the East Montrose home where the teen was shot on June 6.
The teen suffered a gun shot wound to the foot while home alone with three other boys, all between the ages of 11 and 14.
of boys called 9-1-1 saying the victim's foot was bleeding badly.
Meanwhile, another boy can be overheard on the call accusing the group
of playing with the gun.
After arriving on the scene, Liberty
police found a fully-loaded 40 caliber Glock which authorities believe
may have been stolen in Michigan.
No charges were filed against
the boys; however, charges were filed for Owens and Greer, lease-owners
of the Liberty house and possessors of the stolen gun in question.
The charge of receiving stolen property is a felony, and the charge of child endangering is a misdemeanor.