Man Shot During Burglary Sentenced To Probation

Jonathan Logan Schock (Jail photo)

KILLEEN (July 15, 2014) A Killeen man who was shot after he broke into a house in December 2013 was sentenced Monday to probation on a burglary charge.

Judge John Gauntt, in 27th District Court, on Monday sentenced Jonathan Logan Schock to serve five years deferred adjudication probation after Schock pleaded guilty to burglary of a habitation.

Deferred adjudication probation means if Schock completes his probation successfully he will not have a final felony conviction on his record.

An affidavit issued at the time of the burglary says police were sent at about 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 29 to a home in the 2000 block of White Avenue after a caller reported a man who was breaking into a home had been shot.

Police found the man lying on the floor of the house and called for paramedics.

The man was taken to a local hospital.

Investigators learned that a woman and a man, who were inside the house spotted another man climbing through a window and yelled at him to stop.

The man entered the house, grabbed the woman and pushed her into a wall, police said.

The male resident told the intruder to leave and threatened him with a gun.

When the intruder refused and continued his assault, the man shot him.