Neighborhood watch shooter released from prison

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DRAPER, Utah — Neighborhood watch shooter Reggie Campos was released from prison.

Campos walked out of the Utah State Prison Tuesday morning after spending three years behind bars for shooting and paralyzing David Serbeck in 2009.

Campos claims Serbeck was chasing his teenage daughter. Serbeck claims he was on neighborhood watch.

Campos’ attempted murder conviction was overturned and he pleaded to a reduced firearms charge.

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