The video has emerged from the November 5 deadly shooting of a 54-year-old man who was having a heated encounter with the mother of his child because of the custodial issues, who was later shot and killed by a man identified as the significant other of the woman, the mother of the children.
On November 5ht, 54-year-old Chad Read visited the house of Christina read, the mother of his child, located within the 2100block of 90th street.
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The video caught a part of the dispute between Chad and Christina. You can hear Chad complaining about his child not being at the residence at a purportedly prearranged time.
“I don’t care if you wanted to see him or not…I get him at 3:15 p.m. If you want to see him, you see him up until 3:15. You keep trying to keep my son from me.”
Once Chad threatened to have subpoenas issued against his ex-spouse and others in the house, one man, William Kyle Carruth, appeared armed with a rifle and told Chad to leave.
Once they started taking face to face, Carruth fired at least one round on the ground.
After the shot is fired, Chad grabs the weapon and swings Carruth around to throw him off the front porch where the two were face-to-face earlier.
Take a look at the video below:
“All Texans may lawfully brandish a firearm to protect themselves, their property, and their business. When Kyle did that, Chad Read advanced on him…And instantaneously, he tried to take the gun away from Kyle. In doing so, he was powerful enough to sling Kyle 180 degrees around on Kyle’s patio.
Raising his left leg, he continued his advance on Kyle, threatening him and posing an immediate threat. Kyle responded. This is a justifiable homicide.”
Guinn stated that these details were the reason why the Lubbock PD has yet to arrest his client.
“It is my opinion, because of their knowledge of all the facts and the Texas Castle Doctrine and having done a thorough job, LPD knew this was a justifiable homicide. They knew they lacked probable cause and did not arrest him.”
Now, the case is handed to the TX AG for review, which the incident is still under review by authorities.