LAYTON — A Layton home-owner who shot and killed a former pal — an Idaho Falls police officer — inside his home might have recognized something was about to occur, new courtroom paperwork recommend.
On Feb. 21, Blaine Reed, 35, was fatally shot after Layton police say he entered a house uninvited at 312 W. Park Ave. Reed confronted the home-owner “a few relationship he believed the home-owner was having together with his ex-girlfriend,” stated Layton Police Lt. Travis Lyman.
“A bodily altercation ensued between the 2 males, and the home-owner shot the person a number of occasions,” he stated.
The home-owner, Jared Pemberton, 35, referred to as 911 after the capturing, and after being questioned by detectives, he was not arrested.
“(He) informed dispatch that the intruder was a person he knew as an previous pal named Blaine Reed. (He) advised dispatch Blaine was not acutely aware and never responsive,” in line with a search warrant affidavit filed in 2nd District Courtroom.
Reed was shot no less than twice, police say. Pemberton informed dispatchers he didn’t know what number of occasions he had shot him, in line with the affidavit.
As of Thursday, no costs have been filed within the capturing case. Layton police stated Thursday they are wrapping up their investigation and will current their case to the Davis County Lawyer’s Workplace next week for a evaluation.
A feminine not identified in courtroom documents informed investigators that she arrived at the house shortly earlier than the capturing and was warned by the home-owner to go away.
“(He) advised her that she ought to depart the house as a result of Blaine had threatened to drive to his house and shoot him within the head,” the affidavit states.
A second witness, a man not recognized in courtroom paperwork, advised police that he arrived on the Layton house and saw Reed “walk out of the entrance door screaming on a cellphone.”
That man “described Blaine strolling away from the residence and then walking again to the front door and then inside the house, all whereas on a cellphone yelling loudly. Witness 2 states roughly 30 seconds later he and Witness 1 hear roughly three photographs from inside the house,” in line with the warrant.
When officers arrived on the home, “spent shell casings and other firearms (have been) in plain sight throughout the home. It’s unknown if any of the firearms noticed within the residence have been used in the capturing,” the affidavit states.
Pemberton had informed emergency dispatchers that he put his gun in a protected after the capturing, in line with police.
The warrant was for detectives to look Reed’s telephone and Pemberton’s telephone to see what communication transpired between the two before the lethal confrontation.
Reed was on administrative depart from the Idaho Falls Police Division on the time he was killed.
He was employed by Idaho Falls police in December of 2015. On Oct. 12, he was concerned in a domestic violence incident, in response to courtroom data. Consequently, he was reassigned to a position performing non-regulation enforcement…