LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)- The roommate of Monroe Isadore, the 107-year-old man killed in a shootout with authorities, told THV 11 the man's anger led to a confrontation with the Pine Bluff Police S.W.A.T. team.
"He was very angry. He got hostile. He was gonna kill somebody," said Pauline Lewis, who invited Isadore to live in her Pine Bluff home in August. Lewis was staying with family in Little Rock Sunday, when THV 11 talked with her, while friends cleaned bullets and broken glass out of her house. "Monroe was in the room and he had the gun and he said 'If you wanna live you better get away from this door.'"
Lewis told THV the incident began when she and Isadore's daughter approached him about moving to a new apartment in Pine Bluff. She said that's when he pulled out a pistol and threatened to shoot anyone who got close to his bedroom door.
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