Three people have been arrested in connection with a dispute over child custody that resulted in two people being shot, according to the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.
The incident happened about 2 a.m. Sunday at the home of Marty McKinney in northern Pulaski County.
McKinney had two children at his home for a weekend visitation when his estranged wife, Christy McKinney, came to believe he had left the children at home alone, according to the news release.
Christy McKinney sent several people to Marty McKinney's home to check on the children.
A total of 10 people in two cars went to McKinney's house. They didn't see a vehicle at the house, so one tried to kick in the front door and two others threw large rocks through windows, according to the news release.
McKinney believed someone was trying to break into the house and shot at the intruders, hitting the man who was kicking the door, the release said.
Hank Randall Smith, 20, of Science Hill, was treated for a gunshot wound to the leg.
A 15-year-old girl who had stayed in a car also was shot in the leg during the incident, according to the news release.
Anthony John Thomas, 21, and Damian Demond Boyd, 20, both of Pulaski County, allegedly threw rocks through McKinney's windows.
Smith, Thomas and Boyd were arrested late Sunday on charges of attempt to commit second-degree burglary; attempt to commit kidnapping; and third-degree criminal mischief.