Mike Sanderson, left, and Dillen Sanderson, right, fired at a pickup truck that crashed into their front yard, police say.
Mike Sanderson, left, and Dillen Sanderson, right, fired at a pickup truck that crashed into their front yard, police say. Doulgas County Sheriff’s Office
Mike Sanderson, left, and Dillen Sanderson, right, fired at a pickup truck that crashed into their front yard, police say. Doulgas County Sheriff’s Office

He fell asleep and crashed into a fence. He woke up to a barrage of gunfire, police say

October 06, 2017 08:11 AM

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