Sounds more like man-hunting to me ...Kelso police said Schwingdorf, 32, saw Galen Louis Crayne prowling around a neighbor's property in North Kelso Dec. 13. The house was vacant due to a recent fire. Schwingdorf armed himself with a hunting bow, stalked Crayne for more than three blocks to Cliff's Hilltop Market, then shot Crayne in the left buttock with a broadhead arrow, according to a police report. Crayne, who is also 32 and lives in Longview, underwent surgery at St. John Medical Center and was later charged with residential burglary. Authorities said his injuries were not life-threatening. Juries have appeared to go easy on defendants in two other cases this year involving weapons and claims of self defense.
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