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UPDATE: Monday morning
PHOENIX -- Police have identified the man killed in a confrontation at a woman's home Sunday, and they say there was a history of violence there.
According to police, Terry Milburn, 45, went to the victim's house near 40th Avenue and Thunderbird Road at about 2:30 Sunday morning.
The woman, whose name has not been released, refused to let Milburn into her house and called 911. While she was on the phone, Milburn broke a window and forced his way inside, police said.
Investigators said Milburn then followed the woman to her bedroom where she shot and killed him.
While the exact relationship between the two is not clear, police said the woman had a restraining order against Millburn and that there was a history of violence between them.
ORIGINAL STORY: Man killed after armed woman with restraining order opens fire
PHOENIX - A man is dead after trying to break into a woman's home and she opened fire on him.
According to police the woman had a restraining order against the man although their exact relationship is unclear.
Investigators say around 2:30 Sunday morning that man forced his way into the woman's house near 40th Avenue and Thunderbird and she was prepared
A police spokesperson tells 3TV, "The victim basically armed herself and when the suspect broke into the house the victim fired several rounds."
Police said the woman will most likely not face any charges. The suspect's identity has not been released.