Robert Joseph Price, 55, Garden Grove, is on trial this week for shooting and killing his neighbor, 53-year-old Glen Berry. Remarkably this act of violence was initiated when Berry was upset at the commotion that Price was making as he was lighting fireworks in his backyard, according to the OCDA.
At the time of the crime, Price is accused of having an ongoing dispute with his neighbor, Berry. That dispute peaked at approximately 1:00 a.m. on June 21, 2013, when Berry walked to the defendant’s home and knocked on the security screen on the defendant’s door, to complain about the noise that Price and his fireworks were making. Price and Berry shared a back fence.
Unfortunately for Berry, Price allegedly opened his front door and shot Berry in the face, with a .44-caliber handgun, through the closed security screen door. Continue reading