An elderly dog-breeder from Surrey shot his partner and her daughter in a "dreadful display of violence" after he claimed they had been tormenting him, a court heard.
John Lowe loaded his shotgun to put down four dogs at his farm near Farnham, but instead turned the weapon on 66-year-old Christine Lee before shooting her daughter, Lucy Lee, twice, after she had been "running for her life" from him before returning to confront him, jurors were told.
The 82-year-old denies at Guildford Crown Court two charges of murder on February 23 this year and a third charge of possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life.
Mark Dennis QC told the jury that a "desperate" 999 call was made by Lucy, 40, saying that Lowe had killed her mother and she believed she was about to be killed as well.
Mr Dennis said: "The female caller was in a frightened and frantic state, saying that a man called John Lowe had just shot her mother and that she was herself running for her life.
"Moments later, showing extraordinary courage, the caller indicated that she had made the decision to go back to the scene of the incident, saying as she ran: 'I'm gonna go back for him but I'll die', followed by 'I'm nearly outside the house and I fear he's going to shoot me'.
"Her last words to the operator were: 'I don't know if I'm going to be alive if I go back in there. He shot my mum. Bye'.
"Those were indeed her last words to anyone save possibly to John Lowe who moments later was to kill her with two shots from a shotgun."
Mr Dennis continued: "When the police arrived at the address they were met with a scene of carnage. A guard dog was lying dead on the ground at the front of the house.
"The caller, Lucy Lee, was lying dead or dying on some garden steps at the rear of the house, her mother, Christine Lee, was lying dead or dying in the living room inside the house and three further dogs were found lying dead in out-buildings near to the house.
"All these victims of violence had been killed by shots from the same shotgun."
Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting of a man in Aylesbury.
Nicholas Talburt, 22, from Fellows Park Gardens, Walsall, was charged with attempted murder, possession of firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence and conspiracy to supply a class A drug
Marcus Macintosh, 20, of Waterside St, West Bromwich, was charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to supply a class A drug.
The men have been charged in connection with an incident on 16 March when a 43-year-old man was shot in Hilton Avenue, Aylesbury.
They both appeared at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court this morning and have been remanded in custody until Monday, when they are due to appear at Reading Crown Court.
Two people have been arrested after a man was shot outside a block of flats in a targeted attack in Crawley. The victim will need surgery for a hand injury believed to have been caused by a shotgun in Commonwealth Drive last night.
Two people living in one of the flats, a man aged 38 and a woman of 26, were held on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm but later freed without any further action.
Police are trying to trace other people in the area when the man was shot.
Officers appeared for information about a car, described as an old-style silver or gold-coloured Suzuki Swift, or similar type, which drove away from the scene immediately afterwards.
Police are investigating a report that a man was shot whilst he was outside a block of flats in Commonwealth Drive in Crawley last night.
A man was traced to a hospital where he was treated for a firearms injury to his hand, believed to have been caused by a shotgun.
The occupants of a flat in Commonwealth Drive, a 38-year old local man and a 26-year old local woman, were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm but have since been released without any further action.
Detective Chief Inspector Dave Wardley-Wilkins said; "This is a serious but isolated incident for the area. It's already clear this was not a random attack. Local people are being reassured that there is no current risk to their safety."
Police are investigating a report of a shooting in Commonwealth Drive, Crawley, at 9.38pm on Thursday 28 November.
The tactical firearms unit have been on standby and enquiries are ongoing to trace the victim and the men believed to be involved.
There is no more information available at this time."
Investigations are underway into a suspected shooting in Crawley last night. Officers were called to Commonwealth Drive around half past nine. No one has been arrested.
The Metropolitan Police have confirmed that a man was arrested after special rounds were shot to stop a car on the A27 this afternoon.
Officers from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Trident Gang Crime Command today carried out a 'hard stop' on a car on the A27 in Lewes, Sussex.
MPS detectives and armed officers from the MPS Specialist Firearms Command stopped the car at around 15:30hrs in relation to firearms.
No shots were fired during the stop but Hatton rounds where discharged to incapacitate the car.
There were no reports of any injuries. A suspected firearm was recovered.
A man (no further details at this time) was arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm and has been taken into custody at a local police station.
Armed Metropolitan police officers have fired "Hatton Rounds" - a type of shotgun blast - to stop a car on the A27 in Lewes. No-one was injured. There are long delays on the roads in the area. The police say no more details can be given at the moment.
Four men have admitted fatally shooting a Bournemouth man at his home.
21-year-old Reece James was shot dead in his flat in Boscombe on Wednesday July, 27.
The four men were found guilty of manslaughter today and will be sentenced tomorrow, Friday June, 7.
After the death of Reece James, Dorset Police's Major Crime Investigation Team started a search across the South, which led officers to London and Kent areas.
Detective Superintendent Pam Trevillion, said: “This verdict comes at the end of a complex investigation by Dorset Police working together with our colleagues at the Metropolitan Police and Kent Police as well as the Crown Prosecution Service."