2-1 that he's the guy who lost the car.
So by this law if someone starts breaking the windows to your car you can't "assault" i.e brandish a firearm ?Below is the Kansas law on deadly force and self-defense. I've bolded the important part. Please note that it says person, not a dog or property.
Article 52. - PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LIABILITY
21-5222. Same; defense of a person; no duty to retreat. (a) A person is justified in the use of force against another when and to the extent it appears to such person and such person reasonably believes that such use of force is necessary to defend such person or a third person against such other's imminent use of unlawful force.
(b) A person is justified in the use of deadly force under circumstances described in subsection (a) if such person reasonably believes that such use of deadly force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to such person or a third person.
(c) Nothing in this section shall require a person to retreat if such person is using force to protect such person or a third person.
Well the property owner and dog were next to one another...to be fair I don't know what details you need. Very curious my neighbor is good people. It's sad. When the police arrived my neighbor didn't open the door.You keep adding to the story. You never mentioned that the tow driver aimed brandished the gun in any way other than towards the dog that had already bitten him.
Are you simply asking all this out of curiosity?
Did the repo man break the car's windows?So by this law if someone starts breaking the windows to your car you can't "assault" i.e brandish a firearm ?
Did the repo man break the car's windows?
The car no longer belonged to the homeowner. It was being repossessed. The homeowner had no right to use a gun to prevent the repossession.
the neighbor wasn't attempting to prevent the repo the neighbor was asking them to get off the property claiming tresspassing. The gun was involved when the repoman brandished it after the dog bit him