When a man broke into the house of Tony and Lesley Arambula in Phoenix, Arizona, Tony got his gun and captured the man. Then they called the cops. That was a bad move. When the police arrived, Lesley Arambula went outside and told Sgt. Sean Coutts that her husband was holding the intruder at gunpoint inside. Coutts failed to pass on that information to the officers who actually went into the house. Officer Sean Lilly shot Arambula six times in the back. The Phoenix police department cleared Lilly of any wrongdoing. The Arambulas are suing the officers, the police department, and the city of Phoenix.
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