May 29, 2016
The wife of the shooter is being blamed by some?
ARLINGTON A Walgreens employee who was shot in the leg by her abusive husband said she is getting blamed on social media for the death of a Good Samaritan who tried to intervene in the shooting.
Quinisha Johnson, 22, has apologized several times on local TV stations since her husband, who was an active-duty soldier, drove 2 1/2 hours from Fort Hood to Arlington to confront her about a Facebook photo and ended up killing an Arlington CrossFit coach.
Seriously? I was the victim of domestic violence. My ex-husband tried to kill be after we had been married for about 18 months. I know what it like to go through it as much as I know what happens afterwards. In my case, I had a lawyer file for divorce the next day. My ex spent the night in jail and then was free to do what he wanted. A restraining order did nothing but allow him to show up at my apartment, my parents house when I moved back with them and at work. He stalked me for a year that I knew of and even longer after that when I didn't know he was there. He introduced himself over 30 years ago to my current husband, so we assumed he was still following me.
What if it had turned out differently for me and he had tried to kill me again? To blame the wife of the man who pulled the trigger on her as well as Antell, who thought her life was worth risking his for, is pathetic.
Marine Dies as Good Samaritan in Arlington Shooting: Police
Suspected shooter later surrendered to DPS Troopers in Hillsboro, police say
NBC 5 News
By Ken Kalthoff
May 3, 2016
Police said Antell's wife watched him die. Friends said the couple have three children and that Antell owned a CrossFit gym in Arlington, where people gathered to grieve Monday evening.
A Marine was shot and killed by an Army soldier while trying to intervene in a domestic shooting Monday in North Texas, according to Arlington police.
The shooting happened around 11:50 a.m. outside a Walgreens store on Green Oaks Boulevard at New York Aformevenue in Arlington.
Police identified the suspect as 22-year-old Ricci Chambless Bradden, a U.S. Army soldier at Fort Hood, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
Anthony Antell Jr., 35, saw the confrontation in the parking lot as his wife sat in their car. Police said Antell, a Marine, got out his gun and tried to stop Bradden from leaving, acting as a good Samaritan.
"At that point, the suspect exits the vehicle, shoots the good Samaritan. The good Samaritan is pronounced deceased at the scene," said Arlington police Lt. Christopher Cook.
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