Sunday Morning Disturbance

LIBERTY, September 16, 2013 - According to Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, Captain Ken Defoor, at approximately 12:44 AM Sunday morning there was a family dispute between Arnold Honey, age 72 and his son, Glen Wall, age 47 at Mr. Honey's home on CR 130 south of Liberty.

Deputy Chris Wolf and Deputy Ruben Arellano as well as Deputy Michael Nugent responded to the scene.

Upon arrival it was found that Honey’s son, Glen Wall and his wife were visiting here from California.

During a dispute Arnold Honey is alleged to have struck Wall's wife,
Kimberly. The son, Glen Wall struck his dad in the face. Mr. Honey then went
into a back room and secured a 9 mm automatic and came into the front room and firing three (3) shots, one of which struck Glen Wall in his left leg.

According to Sgt. Investigator Billy Knox, Glen Wall attacked his father and Mr. Honey had severe cuts to his face and a possible broken eye socket.

Mr. Honey was transported to St. Elizabeth hospital in Beaumont by ambulance in "stable" condition.

The son, Glen Wall, refused EMS treatment at the scene but went to a hospital later in the day to have his leg wound treated. None of the wounds of either man are life-threatening.

At this time, Sgt. Billy Knox is conducting a follow-up investigation to
determine if either party wishes to file any charges At the present time no charges have been filed and no arrests were made.


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