SAN DIEGO (AP) — San Diego police say a painter suspected of shooting and wounding a TV sportscaster was in a dispute with the victim over work done on his house.
Lt. Scott Wahl said Wednesday that the dispute centered on the suspect's painting of Kyle Kraska's home. He didn't offer specifics.
Police allege Mike Montana fired multiple shots through the rear window of Kraska's silver Mercedes on Tuesday outside the house. CBS affiliate KFMB-TV says Kraska's injuries are serious but his prognosis is good.
Federal court records show Montana filed for bankruptcy protection last year. His state business license was suspended in 2013 for nearly $2,000 in unpaid fees.