A 32 year-old Middletown man has been hospitalized in critical condition after being shot four times Saturday night in Maine.

According to the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office, Jason Almeida, 32, of Middletown was shot four times after Norman Strobel and another man approached a camp on Winifred Lane in Casco that belongs to Strobel’s ex-girlfriend, Sandra Goulet, around 10:45 pm Saturday.

Strobel tried to gain access to the residence residence and identified himself as a Cumberland County sheriff’s deputy and opened fire when daughter Alyssa Goulet, 28, of Middletown, and Jason Almeida, came to the window. Almeida was struck four times and was transported to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, where he underwent surgery. No update on his condition is available.

Sandra Goulet was not home at the time of the shooting.

Alyssa Goulet, who was not injured in the shooting, was able to identify Strobel as the shooter Strobel and sheriff’s deputies tracked Strobel using his cellphone to his mobile home around 4am Sunday. Officials say Strobel also called his ex-girlfriend, Sandra Goulet, to admit he was involved in the shooting. 59-year-old Norman Strobel, a former Rhode Island resident, was shot and killed after exchanging gunfire with Cumberland County Sheriff’s Deputies.

After Strobel was killed, deputies discovered the body of another man inside the mobile home. That man’s name is being withheld as police try to locate his relatives. Police say he was 55 years old and lived in the mobile home.