Woman shoots and kills man trying to kick in her front door, screaming at her

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ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FL – A Florida dad on his way to anger management classes stopped as his child’s mother’s house to confront her. He tried to kick in her door, cursing and shouting and that’s when he was shot in the head and killed.

“You want to f-cking play? Let’s play, f-cking bitch,” the man was shouting as he kicked in the door. “You want to f-cking play with my kids?”

On May 4th just after 5:00 p.m., Escambia County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the 8400-block of James Taylor Lane in reference to a disturbance complaint where someone had been shot.

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Once on scene, deputies found a 54-year old male deceased from an apparent gunshot wound to the head. The residents inside the home told investigators the man kicked in the front door, once inside he armed himself with a knife, yelling he was there to harm his children’s mother. Armed with a knife, he went room to room searching and threatening the occupants who had retreated to a bedroom in the rear of the house.


He then confronted a female in the rear bedroom, who, fearing for her life, shot the man twice. At the time of the incident, the suspect, had an active Domestic Violence Injunction filed on him. He was also reportedly on his way to anger management treatment when the incident took place.

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“Florida State Statute allows people to take reasonable steps to protect themselves from harm. You can see from the video; his demeanor and intent were clear. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office will defend a person’s right to reasonably protect themselves against harm, even with the use of deadly force. We do not intend to bring charges against the occupant of the home.” said Sheriff Chip W. Simmons.

You can see the full video here.

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