The security guard told police he confronted the man about allegedly stealing a beer. The two argued, and the guard said he shot the man because he believed the man wanted to fight him, news outlets reported, citing the arrest record.

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Thursday's hearing was the first in a series this month that will highlight the findings of the panel's investigation, which included interviews with more than 1,000 people about how former President Donald Trump and his team tried to overturn the results of the 2020 election on multiple fronts.

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"This is a very tragic event for our community but I think also nationwide as we experience violent incidents nationwide, and it only seems to increase," said Capt. Nicholas Lennie of the Story County Sheriff's Office.