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CrimeFlorida man, 82, shoots and kills his son on Christmas Day in argument turned deadly

23:40  26 december  2018
23:40  26 december  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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An elderly Florida man shot and killed his son on Christmas Day after their argument turned deadly . © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Guy Richard Vickery, 82 , is accused of shooting his son dead on Christmas Day The sheriff's office reported at the time that Guy took out

A Christmas Day argument turned deadly for a Florida family after an 82 -year-old father allegedly shot and killed his son , the Hillsborough County According to the Tampa Bay Times, this wasn’t the first instance of violence between the two men , who were known to have a tumultuous relationship.

Florida man, 82, shoots and kills his son on Christmas Day in argument turned deadly© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Police responded to a 911 call from inside the Plant City, Florida home by an eyewitness. Benjamin Vickery, 50, died from his injuries An elderly Florida man shot and killed his son on Christmas Day after their argument turned deadly. It wasn't the first time he had shot him either.

Deputies from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call around 9.30pm Tuesday at 2727 Forbes Road in Plant City after an eyewitness called 911 about a male shot inside the residence.

Guy Richard Vickery, 82, allegedly shot his son, Benjamin Vickery, 50, in his upper body during an argument.

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An 82 -year-old Florida man fatally shot his son during an argument on Christmas day . According to a press release, deputies from the Hillsborough According to the Times, court records showed that the father had shot his son in the left shoulder in February 2000 during another argument .

Video shows an unarmed man begging for his life before police shot him dead. Officers had responded to reports of someone pointing a gun from a window at a La Quinta Inn Hotel near Phoenix last year. But he reaches towards his waist and an officer opens fire, killing him.

Benjamin was rushed to South Florida Baptist Hospital, where he later died from his injuries.

While its unclear what sparked the Christmas slaying, it was the second time Guy shot his son.

The long feuding father and son were in an argument in 2000 and as Guy went to leave Benjamin's home, the son began kicking and punching him as he tried to open the car door, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Florida man, 82, shoots and kills his son on Christmas Day in argument turned deadly© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Guy Richard Vickery, 82, is accused of shooting his son dead on Christmas Day The sheriff's office reported at the time that Guy took out a .45-caliber pistol and shot his son in the left shoulder.

Guy was not arrested in that incident, as authorities said he acted in self defense.  Charges against Benjamin, which included one count of false imprisonment, one count of battery and domestic violence, and one count of burglary of a vehicle, were eventually dropped.

This time around however, Guy was arrested. He remains held without bail on one count of manslaughter with a weapon at the Hillsborough County Jail.

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