OREM — A person shot and killed in an Orem garage lived down the street from the home-owner, in accordance with courtroom data.
On Wednesday, Orem police recognized the man fatally shot by a home-owner as Marcos Vasquez Rosales, forty nine.
Simply after 7 a.m. Monday, a person at 364 N. 800 West heard a noise coming from his unattached garage. The home-owner went back inside his house and retrieved a small-caliber handgun, then went again outdoors to the storage, stated Orem Police Lt. Craig Martinez.
At that time, there was a “confrontation,” Martinez stated. Particulars about what transpired between the 2 men weren’t launched.
The home-owner fired “several” photographs, putting the intruder, he stated. The home-owner then referred to as 911.
Rosales lived at 319 N. 800 West, in line with courtroom documents. He was convicted of misdemeanor shoplifting in June and intoxication in 2013, in line with courtroom data, but otherwise had no legal history in Utah.
The home-owner was not arrested. Police stated on Monday that there was no info to recommend the home-owner was not within his right to defend himself with lethal drive. The incident, nevertheless, remained beneath investigation and will probably be despatched to the Utah County Lawyer’s Office to determine whether fees must be filed.