Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Text Ambush
A man with a long history of criminal behavior is in trouble again after using a girlfriend’s phone to lure a romantic rival into a trap where he shot at the man. Danny Willis says he texted his friend and she replied back asking him to stop by her mobile home. The woman says she didn’t respond, but 23-year-old Zachary Evan Matlock did in order to ambush Willis when he arrived. Willis told police Matlock fired a gun at him, it missed but did graze his truck. Officer arrested Matlock and found two guns in the home. They say Matlock was intoxicated. He was arraigned on aggravated assault and possession of a firearm, he paid a 10-thousand dollar bond and was released. (CC)

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