The Armed Citizen® September 9, 2022

A woman who was reportedly physically and mentally abused for days by a man gained control of his gun during a struggled and turned it on him.

by posted on September 9, 2022
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A woman who was reportedly physically and mentally abused for days by a man gained control of his gun during a struggled and turned it on him, fatally wounding him. Sheriff’s office reports said that "[the man] repeatedly made threats to kill the domestic violence victim while brandishing a firearm at her." The woman subsequently went to the hospital for treatment of the injuries incurred during the incident and from past physical abuse, the sheriff’s office said. She has since been released from the hospital, and has not been arrested. The sheriff’s office said the perpetrator had been prohibited from owning firearms because of his criminal history. (redding.com, Redding, Calif., 8/11/22)

A man who was engaged in a domestic violence incident with his girlfriend was shot and killed by her, according to reports. The man was found dead in an apartment just before 1 p.m. The woman stayed on scene and is cooperating with the investigation, and no arrests have been made. (mynews4.com, Sparks, Nev., 8/7/22)

 

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