Why am I thinking that Shon needed the gun for some nefarious reason since his own had been taken long ago. Maybe he originally intended to secretly return it after using it which is why the alarm sensor was tampered with. What I can't figure out is why he returned it right to the owner at all. Anybody come up missing or found dead from a gunshot wound on 1-31 or 2-1? Maybe Shon needed to elimnate a witness...or two.
ETA: I see now what went down. Still wonder what he needed that gun for. I believe he intended to put the gun back which is why the alarm was tampered with. Notice that the weapon had been fired.
"He told him, 'I know that you took my handgun.' He said, 'No, I didn't.' He said, 'Yeah, you did.' And he had gone up there to try and get it back, but (Pernice) wouldn't answer the door," Bringus said.
The couple filed a police report.
On Feb. 1, the woman told detectives that Pernice knocked on her front door. She said Pernice pulled the pistol from a pocket in his sweatshirt and gave her the gun, apologizing for taking it.
The owner of the gun told KMBC that when he got it back, the weapon had been fired.