Miller told police he estimated firing four times in self-defense at McKowen, 53, on Aug. 7 after McKowen threatened to kill Miller and his family, court documents show. Miller told a 911 dispatcher that McKowen had a history of threatening him with a knife. Court documents also show that Miller reported threats by McKowen to the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office three times in June and July.During an interview with a detective after the shooting, Miller said he had tried to evict McKowen and his girlfriend several times. He claimed he recently gave them 12 days to move out and that the deadline was the day McKowen died.
Source: Charges dropped against landlord accused of murder for shooting tenant | OregonLive.com
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