Before David Sanchez-Dominguez fired a fatal bullet into the chest of his brother-in-law, he had been stalking his estranged wife, who had seemingly left him for good, was granted a protection order against him and was dating someone else, according to the prosecution’s opening arguments Tuesday afternoon.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Bruce Hahn said that on Nov. 13, 2009 Sanchez-Dominguez was grossly intoxicated when he walked into his wife’s family’s home in Wingfield Springs, and demanded to see Maria Angustias Corona. When her brother, Roberto Corona confronted him, Dominguez-Sanchez pulled out a gun.

“You want to look? She’s not here,” Hahn said of Corona’s response regarding his sister, who was not at the home in the 6600 block of Fireburst Drive. “You’re going to shoot? Right here.”

Seconds after Corona pointed to his chest for emphasis, Hahn said Dominguez-Sanchez placed his 40-caliber semi-automatic pistol to his relative’s chest and fired.

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