Gun fire breaks up sexy rendezvous in Saddlebrooke
A sexy rendezvous turned violent early Sunday morning in Saddlebrooke.
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - A sexy rendezvous turned violent early Sunday morning in Saddlebrooke.
Deputies with the Pinal County Sheriff's Department received a call from a 68-year-old man who said a shooting had taken place at his home in the 38,000 block of South Apache Peak Drive around 1:00 a.m.
Once on scene, deputies learned that the man woke up to find that his wife wasn't in bed. After a quick search of his home, he went to the guest house and found his 63-year-old wife in bed with 22-year-old Stephen Trevor Chapman.
The 68-year-old man used his walker to poke Chapman in order to wake him up. The man told Chapman to get out of his house. Chapman refused to leave and began to yell and curse at the man.
The man went to grab his gun and call police. Chapman then charged the man. At this time, the man fired a warning shot at Chapman. The round ricocheted off the wall and hit Chapman in the hand.
"This was an unusual call for our deputies in an active senior community," said Sheriff Paul Babeu. "Clearly, this young man should have heeded the warnings of the home owner to leave his residence and to stop sleeping with his wife. The young man is lucky that he only got poked with a cane and hit with a stray pellet from the shotgun."
Chapman declined medical treatment for the wound. Police then arrested him and charged him with disorderly conduct.