tense moments in the town of Rosedale earlier Sunday.
A police standoff ended peacefully. Reports that two officers were slightly wounded before the suspect gave up.
Just after 4 p.m. police officers responded to a call at a home at 74 South Main Street in Rosedale.
ISP Sgt. Joe Watts says, "When the officers pulled up on a medical slash battery call at the residence, someone inside the residence immediately opened fire on the officers."
Everyone inside the house at the time got out before the shooting started. A state trooper and a local officer were apparently injured by shrapnel or flying glass from the shooter but not injured seriously. Windows in the squad car were blown out and some material from the car flew off from the gunshots. At least one round hit a home across the street but no one hurt there.
For the next three hours the scene was isolated. A SWAT team assembled and the waiting began as townspeople looked on.
Shortly after seven the shooter, identified as 19-year-old Zachary Buza, gave himself up. He suffered cuts somehow. Police say they could have been self-inflicted. Buza was taken to a Terre Haute hospital. His condition is unknown.
Neighbors who knew Buza say he had been in a good mood recently and couldn't explain the action.
Police identified Buza's weapon as a long rifle, a high-powered weapon.
Watts says, "So, this particular case today just goes to show you a routine battery call is not always routine. These officers' lives were immediately in danger and by the Grace of God they were able to survive this."
The identity of the officers who were injured and the extent of their wounds will be released Monday.