LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A neighbor says people were intimidated by the man accused in a fatal shooting at a Louisville homeowner's association meeting because he was unpredictable and threatening.
Fifty-five-year-old Mahmoud Yousef Hindi faces charges of murder, assault and seven counts wanton endangerment in the Thursday evening shooting.
Police are investigating whether a zoning dispute with the association over a fence around his house led to the shooting.
Resident Barbara Pass says Hindi threatened a next door neighbor so much that the family moved.
She says he would say things like, "You know I've got a gun and I just might use it."
Hindi does not yet have an attorney and is set to be arraigned Saturday.