The Dickson County Grand Jury has voted not to indict a Burns man for the Halloween night shooting of his wife’s ex-husband. The grand jury returned a “No True Bill” on a charge of attempted second-degree murder against 38-year-old Rodger Dale Waynick of Dell Vista Way for the wounding of 37-year-old Matthew R. Jones, a teacher and assistant football coach at Creek Wood High School. In what police described as a domestic situation, Waynick was arrested Oct. 31 after shooting Jones in the back at his home on Payne Springs Road in Dickson. Det. Don Arnold said there was an altercation between the two men over Waynick’s treatment of Jones’ 6- and 10-year-old children with Laura Waynick, his ex-wife. The Waynicks were at the home to pick up the children when Jones confronted Waynick about statements the children made that their step-father slapped them on the back of the head. Arnold said Waynick told investigators when he confirmed he had, Jones began throwing punches at Waynick, who was sitting in his car in the driveway. Arnold said Waynick pulled a .45-caliber handgun from his waistband and fired two shots, one through the windshield of the car and the second striking Jones in the lower back as he apparently was turning away. A neighbor who heard the shots held Waynick at gunpoint until police arrived. Arnold said Laura Waynick and the children were outside the home and witnessed the shooting. Paperwork filed this week indicates the grand jury chose not to charge Waynick with attempted second-degree murder or any other charges.