According to police, a woman called 9-1-1 around 11 p.m. Sunday night saying her boyfriend was "going crazy" and police were needed. As police responded to the home near Southern Avenue and
Officers said they found Mariscal shot by Randolf.
According to the initial investigation, Mariscal was at his girlfriend's house when he grabbed a billiards stick and started hitting things inside the residence.
Randolf was on his own property and armed with a gun. The homeowner shot the man as he came toward him, according to
Mariscal died at the scene.
Possible charges in this case are still being considered.
Gun law expert and author Alan Korwin said the legal trends favor homeowners and business owners in these situations, but it has to be clear that your life is being threatened.
"Chasing someone and shooting them is not self-defense," he said.