Home of father, son who shot, killed neighbor over trash receiving threatening phone calls

People that live in the house where an Abilene father and son shot and killed their neighbor over trash are getting threatening phone calls.

Sean Miller told police that he has been receiving threatening phone calls from an unknown suspect.

The suspect told Miller that they were going to harm him and his family.

Johnnie Dee Allen Miller, 67, and Michael Theodore Miller, 32, are in jail on $500,000 bond.

Police say the Millers shot and killed Aaron Howard on Sept. 1. in a fight over a mattress.

According to the indictment, Howard raised his baseball bat and John Miller shot him.

When Howard, who was about 7 feet away, raised a baseball bat, John Miller fired two shots, according to police.

Howard then threw the bat at John Miller.

Michael Miller then shot Howard, who was now unarmed, with a shotgun. John Miller shot him two more times after that.

Howard's wife/fiancee caught the murder on on camera.

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Howard died at Hendrick Medical Center.

The cause of death was a "gunshot wound of the chest and shotgun wound of the head."

Howard was also shot in the right forearm.

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