An Augusta, Ga., woman shot and killed her ex-boyfriend
after he broke into her home and threatened her, authorities said.
Gregory Brown, who had been previously charged with assaulting and
pointing a weapon at his ex-girlfriend, smashed a window beside the
front door and let himself into the home shortly after 5 a.m. He
approached his former girlfriend with broken pieces of concrete in
his hands. As he lifted his arm as if to throw the concrete toward
her, the woman responded by shooting Brown with a .38-cal. revolver.
"She was afraid for her life, and she took steps to lessen the
threat," said Sgt. Wayne Bunton of the Richmond County Sheriff's
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