A Florida man learned that jealousy and heartbreak can be dangerous after an incident Monday in Lehigh Acres. A love triangle confrontation led to a man’s life being threatened and a shot fired through his car. NBC-2 reports that a bullet went through the victim’s rear driver-side door.
The victim said he was parked along Owen Avenue South in Lehigh Acres when he recognized a silver Mercedes parked a few yards away. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office said the victim also thought he saw his ex-girlfriend. When the victim attempted to get closer to the car, the Mercedes took off. The victim followed the Mercedes westbound on State Road 82 for a few blocks until both cars pulled over.
The victim spotted his ex-girlfriend in the passenger seat of the Mercedes and her new boyfriend was driving. When the victim pulled up, the driver of the Mercedes pulled out a gun and threatened to kill the victim. One shot was fired and the bullet went through the rear door.
The victim told a deputy the “new boyfriend” was the same guy his ex cheated with, causing their breakup. The car and bullet were taken as evidence.
'Exile on Main St.': A Track Breakdown of the Classic Rolling Stones Album
From 1968-1972, The Rolling Stones released four albums. These albums are not only considered the best work of their career but some of the best albums in rock history. With the release of Exile On Main St., the final album (a double album, no less) helped close out that truly epic tetralogy in the grandest of fashion that only the Stones could accomplish.
While we all know the origin story of the band fleeing to Keith Richards’ rented villa in the South of France as a result of Britain’s tax laws on high earners, the album’s lush mix of blues, soul, country and rock provides for a sound that’s anything but European.
A rarity in the realm of double album lore, its 18 tracks of all killer, no filler. Here’s a breakdown of each track.