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Since 2001, deputies had been called out to the property 23 times, but the disputes had never gotten physical, Maj. Lowe said.
Sheriff's deputies had been called to the property nearly two dozen times in recent years — including once earlier in the day Sunday — before Charles P. Steadman Sponaugle, 52, opened fire on his family members, Maj. Donnie Lowe of the Louisa County Sheriff's Department said.