Boyfriend Protects Girlfriend From Vengeful Ex

posted on October 16, 2015

After her ex-boyfriend repeatedly threatened to harm her and her new boyfriend, the woman called 911. She told them her ex said he planned to drag her out of her house, kick her teeth in and kill her new boyfriend. That was at 11:15 p.m. The woman called 911 back a second time, frantic and crying. Then a third call came in—this time from the new boyfriend. His report: He had just shot a man.

Douglas Moody, 31, of New Orleans apparently attempted to make good on his threats to his ex-girlfriend. He went to her house Sunday, stormed the front door and broke in. But the man inside the home had a shotgun ready and shot Moody once in the chest. Moody remains in critical condition at University Medical Center, where he has been charged with home invasion, domestic abuse battery and being a fugitive from another jurisdiction.

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