Gary Lykins, 44, was arrested after he allegedly shot his wife’s laptop, because she was playing music too loudly.
(Fort Worth Police)
A Texas man was arrested after he allegedly shot his wife’s laptop with a gun, because she was playing music too loudly.
Gary Lykins, 44, was taken into custody early Saturday after he barricaded themselves in a house in the neighborhood of Marine Creek Reservoir in Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
Police allegedly sent 16 units to the house nearly four hours after receiving a call of about 2 hours and A SWAT team was called to the scene, according to the Dallas News, but Lykins surrendered before it came.
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Lykins was charged with deadly conduct for discharging a firearm. His wife reportedly sustained injuries after debris shot of the laptop during the incident.
He remained trapped on Saturday held with no bond. The prison records are not a lawyer for Lykins.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.