LANGHORNE - Police in Bucks County are investigating a police-involved shooting at a 7-Eleven in Langhorne.
The incident occurred before 10 p.m. Thursday at the 7-Eleven on Pine Street.
According to investigators, an FBI Task Force officer shot and wounded 53-year-old Charles Edward Emrich as he attempted to rob the store. The FBI officer reportedly instructed Emrich to get on the ground, but when he did not comply the officer fired two shots to thwart the alleged suspect.
Emrich sustained non-life threatening injuries and is at the hospital awaiting charges.
Feds had been surveying the store as part of an investigation into a string of nine previous armed robberies of convenience stores in Bucks County and Mercer County dating back to April.
The 7-Eleven on Pine Street had been hit twice during the spree of robberies.
Police say they also arrested 66-year-old John Sugalski, who allegedly drove Emrich to the 7-Eleven Thursday night.
Sulgaski and Emrich reportedly live together at a house just minutes away from the 7-Eleven.
Sugalski was charged with robbery and conspiracy among other crimes. He was arraigned Friday morning.
The FBI and several local agencies continue to investigate this incident.