Cops arrest man who shot intruder http://www.dailycommercial.com/08-05-08-shooting- MILLARD K. IVES Staff Writer SORRENTO -- Two men were arrested Monday evening, apparently after one broke into the other's home and was shot. William A. Stackhouse, 39, already had sustained deep cuts and bruises from broken glass after breaking the window and crawling into the Carroll Street home in Sorrento. The 22-year-old resident, Mark Filippe, then opened fire on Stackhouse with a .32-caliber gun, and the victim was struck in the left arm, according to a Lake County Sheriff's Office arrest affidavit. Responding deputies discovered Stackhouse running down the street covered in blood. Stackhouse was charged with burglary, firing a deadly missile into an occupied dwelling and criminal mischief. He was being held Tuesday in the Lake County jail on no bail. According to the affidavit, Filippe had just moved into the home, and Stackhouse was upset that an ex-girlfriend was helping him unpack. Stackhouse initially burst into the home and screamed for the woman, but was thrown back out. Stackhouse then allegedly bashed the home and a vehicle with a hammer and threw bricks through the front bay window, before crawling back in through the window. Filippe was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He is being held in lieu of $10,000 bail. The reports adds that Filippe told deputies he found the gun in a box after moving in, and picked up the weapon after being in fear from Stackhouse as well as wanting to protect his property. Sheriff's spokesman Sgt. John Herrell said it would be up to the courts and prosecutors to determine what charges, if any, to lodge against Filippe. === Good shoot other then being a felon.