ROCHESTER HILLS, MI - A 53-year-old Rochester Hills homeowner is expected to be facing some major legal charges after he fired a shotgun at a 14 year old boy who had lost his way to school.\r\n Thursday April 12th, 2018, at approximately 8:20AM,\u00a0Oakland County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the 2200 block of S. Christian Hills Dr. on the report of a subject who was trying to break into the house. The caller reported that a black male was trying to break into her house and her husband chased after him into the yard. That teenage boy ran for his life.\r\nUpon Deputies arrival, it was determined that the husband chased after the boy with a 12 gauge shotgun and fired a round toward the him. No injuries were reported.\r\nThe 14-year-old,\u00a0Brennan Walker, was located down the street and stated that he missed his bus to Rochester High School and was walking to school when he got lost in the Christian Hills subdivision. He knocked on the door to ask for directions. All subjects were transported back to the substation and interviewed by detectives.\r\nThe 53-year-old Rochester Hills man is a retired Detroit firefighter.\r\nThe entire incident was captured on a\u00a0Ring doorbell system where it was recorded. Detectives used that video to file the impending charges.\r\nThe male homeowner was transported and lodged at the Oakland County Jail, pending issuance of criminal charges.\r\nSheriff\u2019s Detectives are currently at the Oakland County Prosecutor\u2019s Office presenting the case. The suspect be may arraigned via video in the 52-3 District Court in Rochester Hills this afternoon.\r\n"If someone is running from your house and chase them outside and shoot at them, you\u2019re going to have criminal charges coming from us," says Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard.