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What would you do if someone drove onto your property, uninvited and unannounced and got their vehicle stuck in your garden? Like most homeowners, you would go out to see what was going.

That’s what happened to a homeowner in Chino Valley, Arizona, a community about 5 miles north of Prescott. When the homeowner and his friend approached the pickup truck stuck in his garden the drive of the truck fired a shot at the two men.

The homeowner and his friend were armed and returned fire. When first responders arrived, they confirmed that the trespasser was dead in his truck.

(ABC 15 – Arizona) – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that left one person dead in Chino Valley.

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Authorities say deputies responded to a “shots fired” call at a home near Yuma Drive and Road 3 around 8:45 p.m. Saturday night. When deputies got on scene, they found a 59-year-old man inside a pickup truck parked on the property who had been shot.

Emergency responders later arrived and confirmed the man had died, officials say.

Investigators interviewed two men and other witnesses for several hours and collected evidence Sunday morning after a warrant was served…

If Democrats had their way, neither the homeowner nor his friend would have been armed and would have been at the mercy of the man in the truck shooting at them. Democrats don’t want people to be able to protect themselves. They not only are trying to pass more gun control laws, but they are also trying to eliminate stand your ground or castle domain laws, which strips people of the right to defend themselves or their homes.




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