Man accused of shooting own brother at Light Street Animal Hospital
BALTIMORE — Baltimore police have formally charged a man accused of shooting his own brother at a Federal Hill animal hospital.
It happened on the morning of August 29.
It was then that Bobby Trujillo, 62, allegedly opened fire inside Light Street Animal Hospital, injuring his 66-year-old brother, John.
Prior to the shooting, WMAR-2 News learned that the Trujillo brothers had been involved in an ongoing landlord-tenant dispute.
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John is the owner and chief veterinarian of the hospital.
He apparently let Bobby live in an apartment above the clinic, but planned to evict him.
After the incident, Bobby barricaded himself inside the building for about three hours, before the police convinced him to turn himself in.
As for John, he suffered severe damage to his leg. At the last check, the doctors were unsure whether they should amputate.
We’re told he’s had at least one surgery with potentially more in the near future.
Since the incident, his practice has remained closed for appointments.
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Before being charged, Bobby had undergone a mental evaluation.
He now faces one count of attempted second degree murder.