Florida Woman Shoots Armed Ex-Boyfriend

posted on June 22, 2017

Somewhere around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Frank Harrison appeared at his ex-girlfriend’s house, pounding at the front door. Harrison had evidently been terrorizing the woman—Alejandrina Guinn—for weeks, and this time he showed up at her residence carrying a rifle. So, his former partner opened the door and fired first, fatally striking Harrison.

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office told WFLA-TV that when they investigated the shooting, there weren’t any domestic violence injunctions, but there did seem to be apparent cause. “The victim didn’t advise she had one and we are unable to locate any within our records. But according to her, he had been threatening her,” a sheriff’s spokesperson said. Investigators eventually concluded this was a clear case of self-defense and that Guinn will not be charged.

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