Man shoots 2 neighbors with Ak-47 rifle because their kids were too noisy

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An American man has shot two of his neighbors with an AK-47 rifles because their two children were too noisy.

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The man, Franklin L. Tomes, 59, shot Jose Gaeta and Tristan Smith, both 20, outside their apartment complex in Newport on Tuesday night, Oregon Live reported.

The man, who is from Oregon, then barricaded himself inside his home for five hours before he was arrested by the police. He is now facing charges of attempted murder.

Gaeta was celebrating his birthday on Tuesday night when Tomes, who lives in the apartment below his, complained about the noise from his two young sons, Gaeta’s parents told KPTV.
Tomes got into an argument, grabbed his assault rifle and aimed it at Gaeta and Smith, according to a police affidavit, reported New York Daily News.
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The suspect then put the firearm away, only to retrieve it and fire off 12 rounds as Gaeta and Smith tried to run away, the affidavit said.

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