Police say after the vehicle pulled into the driveway to turn around, they were pursued, then assaulted before a passenger shot their attacker.
Retired Army Master Sgt. Marc Seal said he “made it three feet in the door and turned into a big sobbing baby.”
Everybody thought the fight was over… until the man put his truck in reverse.
The intruder’s ex-girlfriend said he would not have broke into someone’s home and she believes he was drinking that night and just went to the wrong house.
Authorities still aren’t saying how many shots were fired by whom and who was the first to fire.
Prior to his arrest, Kevin Pacacha had already been warned by ATF agents that he was dealing in arms illegally, but continued to purchase guns for resale.
After adopting a program to issue permits for the concealed carry of pistols and revolvers over 20 years ago, the ranks of Texans with a license broke seven figures last month.
The man was apparently told to reschedule an appointment before he left, but returned about half an hour later yelling while hitting and kicking the door.
The man’s lawyer said he never dreamed an armed robbery would occur in broad daylight, blocks from the police station, in a McDonald’s drive-thru.
The good Samaritan owned a nearby gym and was at the drugstore with his wife when the shooting unfolded.