"I just heard a shot right behind my house," said Good on the 911 call. "They are wrestling right in the back of my porch."
The operator asked, "You just heard one shot go off?"
"It was either that or a rock that hit the window," said Good.
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At some point, Good told the people struggling on the ground to "cut it out."
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Good said it was possible that the person on top may have been trying to hold the person on the bottom down.
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"I think at that time is when I thought it was serious," said Good. "Because it looked like strikes were being thrown or punches being thrown. But as I clarified due to the lighting, it could've also been holding down. But there were arm movements going downward," he said.
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Good said he only saw a "few" seconds of the altercation.
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At some point, he could tell there were two people on the ground. He could only see the color of the clothing the men were wearing. He saw the men's position change.
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"It looked like a tussle. I could really only see one person, and I think I described as possibly being some kind of dog attack, because there are a lot dogs that walk in that back area. I could only see an object," said Good.
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Good's wife told him to not go outside, but he decided to out anyway.
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A few moments later, Good heard the same noise, but it was louder. So he decided to go to the sliding glass door to look outside.
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Good was watching TV with his wife when he heard a "faint" noise outside.
"I didn't think anything of it," he said.
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The back of Good's town home faces the courtyard where the shooting took place.
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