A man's reputation for generosity is, sadly, what may have nearly
killed him. Police said a 29-year-old neighbor, whom the man had
helped in the past, knocked on the front door and asked to use the
phone. But that was not all he wanted. After talking on the phone,
the young man asked for cash, which the homeowner refused to give
him. That's when the 6-foot-1-inch, 250-pound neighbor attacked the
homeowner with a knife, viciously stabbing him. In the ensuing
struggle, the homeowner retrieved a handgun and shot his assailant
once in the chest, killing him. The victim was taken to the
hospital, where he was recovering from stab wounds.
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