The DeKalb County, Ga., sheriff's deputy who told police he was forced to shoot an intruder who attacked his wife had brought the man into his home as a laborer, newly released records show.
The shoot out—described by Derrick Yancey as the laborer shooting his wife, Linda, and Yancey shooting the laborer—erupted when the man tried to rob the couple, according to DeKalb police records.
Factory-installed Police Perimeter Aler uses sensors to monitor an approximately 270-degree area around the vehicle. It detects nearby movement to alert officers of any suspicious activity. When such motion is detected, the system automatically turns on the rear camera, sounds a chime, rolls up the windows, and locks the doors.