No riots. No nothing. Sheriff’s office identifies man fatally shot by deputy outside Little Rock
In a news release, Capt. Carl Minden, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office, said White was holding a 20-gauge shotgun when he was shot. The unnamed deputy shot him twice in the upper torso.
The was wandering around a neighborhood with a gun, scaring the good citizens. He was shot on the porch of a house of people unknown to him.
He was not a good guy in the sense that he had been threatening his ex-wife earlier in the year, and had been arrested for “first-degree terroristic threatening” in April.