Jury in Loud Music Murder Trial End Day 1 Without Verdict

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He said he rolled down his window and tried to calm down the situation. At that point, Dunn said the teen in the backseat reached down and pointed what he said appeared to be four inches of the barrel of a gun at him.

Dunn said Davis then opened the car door and said, "You're dead, b----."

"I thought he was coming to kill me. I thought he was coming to beat me," Dunn said. He said he did not see what he believed to be a shotgun anymore.

"What went through my mind is, 'This was a clear and present danger,'" Dunn said. "I said, 'You're not going to kill me you son of a b----."

At that point, Dunn, who had a concealed weapons permit, retrieved his pistol from his glove box and fired. According to a police affidavit, nine bullet holes were found on the SUV.

Dunn and his fiancee left their hotel the next morning and went home to Brevard County where Dunn was arrested.

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