Two injured in domestic violence situation in Madison County

Posted at 12:12 PM, Apr 28, 2022

MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (LEX18) — Madison County Sherriff's office gave an update on a domestic violence situation that happened Thursday in Madison County.

Police were called to a situation on Mule Shed Lane in Madison County. Police say that Tommy Edington, an estranged husband went to his wife Amanda Edington's home despite having a protective order in place.

According to police, Amanda Edington, her son James Spicer, and friend Hogan Rose ran down the hallway and barricaded themselves in a bathroom at the back of the house as Tommy Edington entered the house.

After entering, Tommy Edington and Rose exchanged gunfire. Both were struck and sustained gunshot wounds.

Rose was able to escape the house and drove himself to Baptist Health Richmond. James Spicer was not injured.

Tommy Edington was able to barricade himself in the bathroom with Amanda Edington before surrendering himself to Madison County Police.

Edington was transported to UK Medical Center for his injuries. He has been charged with attempted murder-domestic violence, first-degree burglary, violation of a Kentucky Domestic Violence Order, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Original Story
Two people were hurt in a possible domestic situation in Madison County.

According to our reporter on the scene, there were two men shot with non-life-threatening injuries. Neighbors say there were woken up by some loud noise and two ambulances arrived on the scene.

The neighbors also said that they saw someone get put into handcuffs.

We will continue to update this story as we get more information.