EPD: Man shot by homeowner after attempted break-in http://www.14wfie.com/global/story.asp?s=10010918 Posted: March 15, 2009 10:23 PM EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - An Evansville man was shot after, police say, he tried to break into a home. The home-owner said the man broke through the back door, and that's when he shot the intruder, but the story doesn't stop there. The intruder was then run-down by his own get-away car. Neighbors said police were on the scene for several hours processing evidence and looking for clues that would help them track down the accomplices. Sunday mornings events aren't easily forgotten. "I looked out my peephole and saw a man head to toe in blood," neighbor Katherine Vessels said. Evansville police said it all started at 5:00 Sunday morning when 26-year-old Derek Shaun Clark kicked in the door of Derrick Murray's home on East Riverside Drive. Police said the suspect entered the home and told the victim he was police. Murray said he could tell from the tone of his voice something wasn't right. "They were talking in street slang, so I ran to my bedroom to get my rifle and as he came in with his hand-gun drawn I, I just fired at him," Murray said. Police said Clark stumbled out of the house leaving a trail of blood behind him. He attempted to get in his get-away car, but neighbors said he never made it inside. "The white car was parked in front of my house and they backed up and ran over him and then he backed up and then they backed up into the alley and into him again," Vessels said. "Then, they took off." Vessels said she now fears for the safety of her children, and is considering moving out. "It just blows my mind that that would happen right in front of my house like that," Vessels said. "I have three kids, I wouldn't want that around anybody's kids." Still shaken up, Murray said he's here to stay, and also said if those crooks come back, they better beware. "I think a family man is the most dangerous person because they've got more to lose like I do," Murray said. Clark is in intensive care at St. Mary's. In 2003 he was convicted of drunk driving and in 2007 he was convicted for possession of marijuana. Detectives said they will release an official statement regarding Sunday's shooting on Monday.