Frisco Homeowner Indicted in Shooting Was Armed and Angry, Says Roofing Salesman

A roofing salesman is still recovering nearly five months after being shot at close range while working in a Frisco neighborhood battered by hail. Jake Berry, 44, said in an interview last week that he'd been going door to door for about two hours on April 3 when he rang the bell at a home in the 6000 block of Larkspur Lane. The homeowner who answered the door was armed and angry, Berry said. The salesman said he retreated, but the homeowner followed. When Berry turned, he said, he saw a gun pointed in his face. "I thought maybe he was just trying to scare me or something, but when I looked down and saw the blood spreading through my shorts, through my shirt, I was like, oh, this is real," said Berry, 44. An indictmentThe homeowner, Radu Chivu, 46, was indicted last week by a Denton County grand jury. He faces two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The second-degree felony carries a penalty of two to 20 years in prison if he's convicted.   Continue reading...

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