Armed FL Man Attacks Ex-Girlfriend, Is Shot By Her New Boyfriend

posted on December 7, 2016

When an ex-boyfriend paid a visit to his former girlfriend, he was armed and angry. What he didn’t anticipate was finding her new boyfriend, armed and ready.

Investigators told Jacksonville.com that 28-year-old Kelvin La’Sean Brown started pounding on the front door of his former partner’s apartment Saturday at about 2 a.m., demanding entry. Moments later, Brown forced his way through the door, appearing in the doorway with a firearm and threatening to kill his former girlfriend. 

However, the woman’s current boyfriend retrieved his own gun, and fired at Brown multiple times. Brown retreated to his car, firing a few shots and hitting his ex-girlfriend’s car before leaving. Officers called to the scene easily apprehended the suspect, who was driving slowly around the apartment complex and hitting curbs—and who was discovered to have several gunshot wounds, along with a handgun on the floor of his car. The hospitalized Brown was absentee-booked on two charges of aggravated assault.

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