Prosecutor Henry Boyce says the July 25 shooting of Eulogio Garcia was a "clear case of self-defense." Investigators say Garcia was shot once in the head with a .410-gauge shotgun. According to police, Garcia brought a shotgun to the home of neighbor Ed Brown and said he was going to shoot him. Authorities say Garcia raised his shotgun, but Brown fired first, fatally shooting Garcia.
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