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Crazed Pilot With Gun Shoots And Kills New Years Party Guest! Dry Creek Airport Texas



Pilot + Alcohol + Gun = Dead Guest
 
A homeowner in an exclusive gated neighborhood shot and killed a 'drunk' guest who refused to leave his son's New Year's Eve party. The 48-year-old man from Houston said he shot the male reveller when he began brawling with him as the party came to an end. The Cypress, Texas homeowner - who cooked food for his son's 200 party guests - said that the unidentified man refused to leave the party.He said he had 'no other choice but shoot' the man, according to Kens5. Police were called to the residence at Dry Creek Airport neighborhood at around 4am on New Year's Day, where the man was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS. Residents of the exclusive community, which serves as a private airport, said the homeowner's family has thrown parties in the past but nothing like this had occurred. Daily Mail

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