Russell is currently hospitalized and in stable condition.
The following is from Dwayne Parker, reporter for WFMZ-TV: SPRING TWP., Pa. - Police said a domestic dispute may have led to the shooting of Limerick Deputy Fire Chief Glen Russell. Investigators said the shooting happened as Russell, 43, was getting out of his car shortly before 11 a.m., outside the Montrose Realty Inc. office, 2917 Windmill Rd., in Spring Twp. Berks Co. Court documents show Russell was about to meet his ex-wife for a court-appointed meeting. Spring Township Police arrested Christopher Yingling, 41, of Birdsboro, and charged him with the shooting. Police said Russell identified his shooter as Yingling, and also said Yingling was his ex-wife's boyfriend. For the full story, click here.