Two men are being charged with burglary of a habitation that left one of them shot in the upper thigh yesterday afternoon by the homeowner. Texas-side police detectives are charging the pair with the burglary of a home in the 500 block of King Street.

During the course of the investigation, police detectives learned that 20 year-old Dakyree Hawkins, and 18 year-old Keonte Ingram, both of Texarkana, Texas allegedly forced entry into the home of Andre Harris, 33, in the 500 block of King Street in Texarkana.
The two men reportedly fled the scene after Harris, who was home at the time, fired at them with a handgun. Hawkins was later found by officers as he lay bleeding in the road, suffering from gunshot wounds, in the 600 block of Celeste Street.
Warrants were issued for Ingram and Hawkins for Burglary of a Habitation and Ingram was arrested later that day. Hawkins has not yet been arrested but he is wanted for the crime.
The entire incident began at approximately 1:15PM on Tuesday when police responded to a shots-fired call in the area of Celeste and King Streets in the Beverly neighborhood. While checking the area, the officers located Hawkins lying in the street in the 600 block of Jerome Street suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper thigh.
Officers followed a trail of Hawkins’ blood to Harris' home in the 500 block of King Street. Harris told the officers that a man had forced his way into his home and that he fired multiple shots at the man from a handgun to protect himself.