BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A local attorney accused of trying to kill his wife had a small arsenal inside his home.
The search warrant for 1220 Telegraph, the location where Bakersfield police said Mark Madrigali shot his wife in the chest with a shotgun, had uncovered facts in the newly obtained court documents.
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Police said they got a 911 call from the home at 3:43 a.m., last Wednesday, June 12.
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Police said when the first officers arrived they saw Madrigali walking out the front door. They put him in cuffs while they cleared the house for other possible suspects.
Inside they found Trivia Madrigali lying in the living room with a shotgun blast to the chest. Cops said they also found a spent shotgun shell next to her.
Police said they eventually recovered 12 firearms, including six handguns, 5 shotguns, and an assault rifle. 23ABC asked police about the firearms, they said all were legally registered to Mark Madrigali. There is no limit to the number of firearms an individual can own as long as they are legally registered.
Trivia was rushed to KMC where she is still fighting for her life. Police found no other suspects and arrested Mark for attempted murder.
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