Video: Good Samaritan Postal Worker Shot, Killed After Breaking Up Domestic Dispute

A Dallas mail processing clerk was murdered shortly after breaking up a domestic dispute that spilled onto his property:

Dallas police are investigating the shooting death of a man who, according to witnesses, was shot by the very people he had just tried to help.

Rubin Brown, 27, was shot multiple times early Thursday when someone fired upwards of 23 bullets into his house and car in the 4300 block of Crozier Street, near Fair Park.

The shooting was reported approximately an hour after Brown had intervened in a domestic dispute that turned violent, according to a police report, and ended up in his front yard, witnesses said.

"We don’t know them from Adam and Eve, whatsoever," said Demetric Young, Brown’s friend who witnessed both the dispute and the shooting that followed, about the man and woman whose physical fighting spilled into Brown’s yard.


Read more: Good Samaritan Shot, Killed After Breaking Up Domestic Dispute: Witnesses | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth.