The preliminary hearing of a Colorado man accused of fatally shooting a 21-year-old woman revealed new details about the June incident.
On Monday, authorities said that Michael Close, 24, fired 24 shots at victim Isabella Thallas and her boyfriend as they walked their dog outside his apartment.
Investigators said that Close yelled at the pair from the window over their pet pooping in his garden: “Are you going to train that dog or just yell at it?”
Close shot at the couple, killing Thallas, before running away in his car. He then reportedly called his girlfriend crying and told her about what happened.
He was later arrested that same day, crying and apologizing, and charged with first-degree murder among other charges.
Close’s girlfriend told detectives he had just been diagnosed with personality disorder when he committed the crime and was battling his drug addiction. He was denied bond on Monday's hearing.