Police say the suspect fired the arrow at the resident which punctured the man's cell phone.
The arrow pierced the phone, saving the man from serious injury.
As the resident got out of his vehicle he raised his phone to take a picture of the armed man, 39. When the unnamed man raised his iPhone to photograph the attacker, he fired an arrow at him that pierced right through the device.
US consumer prices cool in February
It hit the United States central bank's 2% inflation target in March 2018 for the first time since April 2012. But excluding food and fuel costs, the core CPI fell short of a forecasts, rising only 0.1 percent.
Send lets you share large files in one step
If you'd rather not bother, you can head to send.firefox.com and send files up to 1GB without logging in or registering. After going to the site, users can drag and drop a link, choose an expiration date, or limit the number of downloads.
Volkswagen says to cut up to 7,000 jobs at VW brand
The VW Group insisted redundancies would not be necessary and the cuts would be achieved by not replacing workers as they retire. The cuts are meant to lift the brand's profit margins to 6 percent, up from 3.8 percent previous year .
Dark Mode for Chrome has Arrived on Mac
Making matters more confusing, some have reported that dark mode turns on when battery savings features are activated. Moreover, it introduces support for progressive Web apps (PWAs), now live on all desktop platforms as well as mobile.
Brexit hangs in balance over tweaked deal
If the deal is voted down once again, on the following two days the lawmakers are expected to discuss and vote on two amendments. May flew to Strasbourg, France, late Monday for talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.