At about 12:15 p.m., today, a male suspect who allegedly shot another man and held a woman hostage for approximately two hours has surrendered to area law enforcement.
Due to the current investigation, details are limited this time.
According to officials, at approximately 8:30 a.m., Matthew Alan Aubrey, 25, entered the residence at 1976 North County Road 350 East, and found his estranged wife Jayme Aubrey with another man, Frank Ford, 34, Terre Haute.
Allegedly, an altercation between the two men occurred in which the Aubrey shot Ford three times. Ford then ran to a neighboring home where 911 was called, and was later transported by AirEvac to Wishard Hospital, Indianapolis, and is believed to be in stable condition.
Aubrey then proceeded to keep Jayme barricaded in the residence for approximately two hours, until releasing her at about 10:30 a.m., with no injuries. Aubrey remained in the residence while members of the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Team negotiated an end to the situation.
According to ISP Public Information Officer Joe Watts, also assisting on the scene were members of the Clay County Sheriff's Department, Indiana State Police -- Terre Haute Division, Clay County Emergency Management Agency, Jackson and Center Point Volunteer Fire Departments, TransCare and AirEvac.
This story will continue to be updated as more information becomes available.