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Son shot; Injuries led to hospitalization

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Waxahachie – Ellis County Sheriff Deputies arrived at the 500 block of Bigham Road Thursday, Dec. 1 to find a 29-year-old lying in the yard with a gunshot wound to the chest.

Curtis Kiseloff reportedly stated he had “been shot in the chest by his father.”

Keisloff was transported  via  Air Evac to Parkland Hospital in Dallas for his injuries.

The father, Harold William Kiseloff, 53, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and transported to the Wayne McCollum Detention Center in Waxahachie where his bail sits at $60,000.

The reports state the father and son duo were involved in a physical altercation at their residence on Bigham Road on the second floor in a room known as the “VP Engineering and Research Development Firm.”

The reports obtained from the ECSO state the house is also the father’s place of employment.

During the course of the fight, the father was able to retreat to his balcony and retrieve a .380 semi-automatic hand gun. 

The father, through his own omission, said he fired the gun five times at his son, as he was trying to get away. 

As of press time, the son is reported to be doing ok and not suffering any serious injuries. 


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