Catskill shooter turns himself in; gun still at large

A Catskill man who allegedly fired a few shots through a front door in a dispute with his girlfriend has turned himself in, according to the Greene County Sheriff's Department. The Daily Mail reports:

Jeremy Lee, 35, was arrested Sunday after police reported to a 911 call on Toolhouse Road; prior to their arrival, the sheriff’s office said, Lee allegedly fired two rounds from a revolver through the front door of the home.

No one was injured in the incident, and after initially refusing to come out of the home, Lee surrendered himself to authorities. He was drunk at the time, according to Sheriff’s Investigator Adam Brainard.

The Daily Mail writes that gun, which Lee did not have a permit for, has yet to be found.