Porsche owner shoots homeless man over alleged noise plea

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That combination emanating from Quackenbush's parked vehicle disturbed Melton while he was trying to sleep on the sidewalk.

Quackenbush, a mother of a five-year-old son, shot at Melton with her eyes closed, her father said.

Mr Melton reportedly walked back to where he had been trying to sleep. Police said that Melton returned to where he was sleeping and Quackenbush got out of her vehicle with a gun and fired two shots at the homeless man. Quackenbush then allegedly fled the scene. That's when the young mother stepped out of the auto - gun in hand - and fired two shots at Melton, who was wounded in the exchange.

Melton reported that the shooter got back into the Porsche and left the scene.

The woman's father Jesse Quakenbush told the newspaper that his daughter and her firend were being accosted by bthe homeless man when she opened fire.

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Amarillo Police said officers responded to an assault in the 3200 block of Milam Street in Amarillo just after 6 p.m. Ladeanna Piehl, 52, told officers that Quackenbush struck her in the upper arm with her forearm.

But Melton again started to approach them, so Quackenbush warned him she had a weapon, her father explained.

Bond for Quackenbush is set at $25,000 and she is scheduled to appear in court in early October. She snatched her firearm and put a magazine inside. Jesse Quackenbush, a vehicle accident and medical malpractice attorney in Texas, talked to the Tennesseean on Monday night after his daughter's arrest.

Here's what he claims: His daughter was driving a friend home when they saw the alleged victim harassing other women. She was only defending herself. "She had an eyewitness in the front seat".

Metro police weren't immediately available for comment late Monday night regarding allegations that Melton had threatened Quackenbush's life.

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