South Florida Man Killed By Police Before Temporary Order of Protection Made Permanent

A Broward County judge entered a temporary injunction for protection against domestic violence against a South Florida Husband who allegedly entered his Wife’s home and searched the house she shared with their three sons, machete in hand, for a phantom boyfriend. The injunction was to protect both Wife and the children.

The injunction required the Husband to surrender any guns in his possession.

Still, a few days later, the Husband reportedly walked the parking lot in the apartment complex where he was staying with a relative, shooting a gun off at cars parked there.

Police shot and killed the Husband – before the date of the hearing to make the injunction permanent.

Read more in this Sun Sentinel article: Wife sought protection against man shot dead by Pembroke Pines police.