ORLANDO, Fla. (WFTV) -- A man was shot by deputies after allegedly shooting at them with a crossbow during a standoff at a home near SeaWorld on Wednesday.
Authorities were called about 9:20 a.m. to the Sacramento Court home in Williamsburg after someone said the man brandished a gun and a crossbow.
Witnesses told Channel 9 that the suspect, Timothy Kochlany, 40, pulled out the weapons and threatened a lawn care worker because he didn't want his grass cut.
Authorities said Kochlany also assaulted his 18-year-old daughter inside the home.
When police arrived, Kochlany barricaded himself inside the home. According to the arrest report, Kochlany fired the high-powered crossbow at deputies through his front door in an attempt to bait them inside.
Authorities said Kochlany, who was hiding in the attic, was pointing what appeared to be a barrel of a long gun at them, which is when a deputy fired at Kochlany, striking him in the arm.
Police said Kochlany went outside and began throwing propane tanks on his lawn, which is when he was able to be apprehended by SWAT deputies.
He was taken Orlando Regional Medical Center to be treated for the gunshot wound. His injuries did not appear to be life-threatening.
He faces aggravated assault charges and aggravated battery charges.
No other injuries were reported.