Sherman man arrested for shooting at ex-wife's boyfriend

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DENISON, Tex. (KXII) - A Sherman man has been arrested for attempted murder after allegedly shooting at his ex-wife's boyfriend.

According to an investigator's report, the shooting happened at this alleyway in between Mundt and MacArthur back in October 2017.

"I was in the process of packing and moving into this house so I was scared to even move here," said a neighbor who wanted to remain anonymous. "And told him (landlord) I didn't want to move here because who knows what would happen next after they move out."

That neighbor said the old tenants who lived in this house told her they had bullets holes outside their home from a shooting months ago.

"I already knew the story after you told me 2017 and the gun shots I remember it being on Facebook," the neighbor recalled.

According to court documents, Desean Price was driving home through this alleyway but was blocked off by a Ford Explorer, owned by Roderick Mask, AKA "Little Man".

Price told investigators he was sitting inside his car when Mask opened the sun roof of the Explorer trying to point a handgun at Price, but was unsuccessful. So Mask got our of the Explorer and started firing several shots at Price's car.

Price said Mask then took of in his Explorer.

The report states no one was hit from the bullets, except for Price's car.

When authorities arrived, Price identified Mask as his girlfriend's ex-husband.

Mask was arrested over the weekend for attempted murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon among other charges.

"Shocked like, it's kind of scary," the neighbor told News 12. "I don't want to be a victim and I have four kids I don't want them to be victims."

If Mask is convicted on that aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge, he cold face up to two to 20 years behind bars. He could also face an additional 20 years behind bars if he's convicted on that attempted murder charge.

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