, 2018|7:25 p.m.
Two weeks prior to a fatal blast from a revolver ended an ongoing spat in between roommates in the southwest valley, the suspect pointed the exact same pistol at the victim, telling him “to go away,” according to a City Cops detain report.
Tuan Ngo again turned to his.38-caliber revolver during an argument with Hung Huynh Monday morning in the yard of their house in the 9700 block of Powell Plateau Court, near Grand Canyon Drive and Hacienda Opportunity, cops stated.
The males had just cohabited for about 6 weeks, however inning accordance with the suspect, the victim was “bossy and would yell at him” so he would have to leave your home to “avoid problems,” the report stated.
The harassment continued Monday early morning, the suspect stated. “Ngo described he went outside to the patio to avoid issues,” but the victim apparently followed him and got in his face.
” Ngo stated he pulled the revolver and fired one round into the air to aim to scare Huynh away,” according to the report. However the victim got better, informing him to shoot him, the guy told detectives.
” Ngo stated he struck Huynh on the left side of the head with the handgun and as he did the gun went off,” cops said. He didn’t suggest to do it, he included.
The victim dropped to the ground, while the suspect called another among their roommates, who consequently called 911, according to the report.
When officers showed up, the suspect informed officers that he ‘d hurt somebody, “I want to leave and he will not leave me alone.” As he was being interviewed by detectives, inning accordance with the report, Ngo said he didn’t imply to shoot the victim. “He simply wished to be left alone and (he) had enough.”
Ngo was being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center on a count of murder, jail logs show. He is scheduled to make a court appearance Thursday early morning.