A rabid anti-Trump West Goshen resident is accused of killing his neighbor and prominent GOP committeeman in the latest chapter of an ongoing feud that came to a boil late Monday night.
Police allege 51-year-old Clayton Carter III and GOP committeeman Brooks Jennings got into a dispute about video recording and cursing in the back yard around 8 p.m. Monday. PennLive reports Carter pulled a gun on Jennings during the argument but officers resolved the conflict.
But another dispute broke out around 1 a.m., when Carter alleges Jennings shined a light in his face while outside, prompting him to park his car on Jennings’ front lawn with his high beams aimed at the residence, WPVI reports.
Carter allegedly got out of the car, confronted Jennings with a .380 Ruger and the two argued before Carter shot him in the head. Jennings fell to the ground, and his wife looked out just in time to see Carter standing over her husband as he allegedly shot Jennings a second time in the head.