Police officers in San Diego responded to a disturbance call on Friday morning, with a report of someone armed with a rifle in the Paradise Hills neighborhood.
The residence is on Alleghany Street, near Paradise Hills Elementary School.
According to Lieutenant Mark Saunders, the call came in to the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) as a report of a domestic violence dispute involving a rifle.
Saunders said SDPD officers arrived on scene and cleared the home. Officers said they found bullet holes at the residence. They concluded that the bullet holes were not from the day’s incident -- no shots had been fired.
Saunders also told NBC 7 that the domestic violence dispute included the female victim being strangled by the male suspect.
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