“He started crying like a little baby,” the young boy said about the intruder after he shot him in the back of the leg.
David Bailey said he was left with “serious and permanent damage” and medical bills to the tune of $100,000, which he thinks the homeowner should pay.
Despite facing several gun and drug-related charges, the Utah man who shot and killed his live-in girlfriend during an argument inside their home on Super Bowl Sunday will not face murder charges.
Delvin Broner has been arrested more than 30 times and was out on bond after assaulting the mother of his children when the shooting occurred.
She grabbed a gun after he threatened to kill her, and when he charged at her as she tried to get away, she unloaded the magazine, shooting him eight times.
After abducting his ex-girlfriend and setting her mom’s house on fire, Kyle Johnson broke into another home and beat the female homeowner to death.
The homeowner said after breaking in, the teens killed the family dog and soon thereafter her husband opened fire on them.
The elderly man opened the door for a young woman who said she had an emergency and needed to use the phone, but two men came storming in behind her.
After the driver and front seat passenger were shot, the car crashed into the side of a house and caught fire, but the victim escaped unscathed.
The victim’s family said they had been in a dispute for some time, but when the two suspects followed him and started to pull a gun on him, he shot first.