You think that’s a little confusing, just wait until you hear what led up to the shooting.
Apparently, the man who was later killed, Keith Banks, age 31, was driving recklessly dangerously close to children, doing doughnuts and burnouts.
A spokesperson with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said that although many people called the police about the issue, Banks left before police arrived.
But Banks was apparently pretty pissed off, if you’ll pardon the French.
Neighbors reported that Banks later returned, furious, threatening to kill someone because the cops were called, according to RTV6.
In a fit of rage, Banks began to chase another man, threatening to shoot him.
Unfortunately for Banks, the other man happened to be responsibly-armed at the time.
The second man drew said handgun, shot Banks multiple times, and reported the bizarre incident to the police.
Banks died at the hospital to which he was taken, according to RTV6.
The second man was not arrested — and good for him — this seems about as clear-cut as they come.
Now, Banks clearly needed help. But when you go around endangering children and threatening the lives of folks, you may end up going after the wrong person.
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This article was originally published at Concealed Nation.