Man remains critical after Kaysville shooting
KAYSVILLE — A maintenance worker who was shot in an argument Friday remained in critical condition while police investigated the death of the man they say shot him.Apparently the recently deceased had a beef with Mr. Bailey. He decided to settle this beef by shooting Mr. Bailey six times - even though Bailey was not armed. This being UT, though, and not NYC or Massachusetts, and folks intervened:
Sgt. Paul Thompson of the Kaysville City Police Department said Steve Bailey, 51, remained in "extremely critical condition" after being shot six times. Police would not discuss details of Bailey's injuries.
Rosales then received fire from two men, another Francis Peak resident and one of Bailey's fellow maintenance workers, Thompson said. Rosales returned to his apartment and died as a result of the gunshot wounds he sustained. Police entered his apartment at about 5:30 p.m.Got that? Not one but two people returned fire, hitting Rosales, stopping his attack, and saving Mr. Bailey's life. Not one but two armed citizens saved the life of an innocent man using their lawfully owned and carried firearms. There are laws against shooting people just because you're mad at them - that didn't seem to stop Mr. Rosales.
Return fire stopped him, though.
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