Thrissur man shoots neighbour in a verbal dispute over tying of pet dog, arrested
Thrissur: In a fit of rage, 63-year-old Premadasan from Thrissur’s Nedupuzha tried to shoot a mother-son duo living in the neighbourhood over a domestic issue on Saturday. However, he missed the target and the duo escaped from getting hurt. Meanwhile, the police have arrested the person and seized his licensed pistol.
Premadasan had tied his dog near Valsa’s home on the day before the incident. In the morning, when Premadasan came to untie the dog, Valsa complained of nuisance from the dog during night and questioned him. They both engaged in a heated exchange of words. Valsa’s son Roshan intervened when things got out of control.
Premadasan went back inside his house and appeared with a pistol to shoot them. He fired from his pistol but the bullet missed the target. 60-year-old Valsa and her son Roshan, 28, had a narrow escape.
The mother-son duo filed a complaint with Nedupuzha police and the person was arrested by SI KC Biju.
The neighbours always quarelled over the boundary which later culminated in attack.
Meanwhile, Premadasan used a pistol that has a license valid till December. He retired as a trainer from Sports Authority of India.