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No charges filed for Canon City shooting

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No charges have been filed as of Thursday against the Cañon City man who shot someone breaking into a home Sunday morning.

According to Cañon City Police, 33-year-old Cameron Locke was verbally warned to not enter the home on Greenwood Avenue. Officers report 29-year-old William Ballew was inside the residence with the homeowner when this all happened.

After giving multiple warnings, Ballew fired his pistol. Locke was hit once in the stomach. He survived his injuries and is now hospitalized.

Locke is charged with burglary, stalking, violation of a protection order, domestic violence, trespass and harassment. Police said this incident is tied to several previous reports of domestic disturbances between the homeowner and Locke.

The shooting will be reviewed by the District Attorney's Office to determine whether the shooting falls under Colorado's Make My Day Law. 

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