DAILYKENN.com -- Jacob Emerson died a hero saving the life a woman from her homicidal husband, reports say.
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Jacob Emerson, 25, was found shot dead in an apartment in the 1100 block of South Clinton Street on Thursday morning, according to the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office.
A woman named CJ, who Jacob had been dating for about a month, was also shot. She [was] taken to a hospital. Her roommate, who also in the apartment, was not injured.
“He was defending two young ladies,” Elizabeth Emerson said.
Elizabeth Emerson said it was early in the morning when CJ’s recently divorced ex-husband showed up with a tomahawk-style ax.
That man has been identified as Anthony “Angel” Darby.
“Angel had slit my son’s hand,” Elizabeth Emerson said.
Deputies were called for the assault, but Darby could not be found when deputies arrived. Deputies said they offered a hotel to the victims but they refused.
Darby returned with a gun about 90 minutes after deputies left.
“The world really is missing a lot from [Jacob],” a friend said.
Friends of Jacob Emerson said they will miss his smile and laugh most. The 25-year-old from Parker stayed busy working in landscaping and for a moving company.
An exact motive behind the shooting might never be known as the suspect is dead.
A suspect named Anthony “Angel” Darby was found deceased on Thursday evening. Darby was wanted after a shooting at a residence in unincorporated Arapahoe County Thursday morning that left one man dead and a woman hurt.
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