It has not been a kind week for cheating couples. Last week, a husband tried to retrieve his wife from her boyfriend’s home and ended up getting shot. This week, prosecutors formally announced that there would be no criminal charges in the case of a boyfriend who went to retrieve his girlfriend from her husband’s home and was killed by a bow and arrow.
On October 9, Tony Bittinger drove nearly 40 miles to his girlfriend’s home threatening “to put a hole in (her husband’s) head,” reports The Associated Press. Bittinger’s blood alcohol level was over twice the legal limit and he showed up at the unidentified husband’s home swinging a 32-inch wooden club.