Pflugerville death happened after confrontation Jarrod Wise Jackie Vega PFLUGERVILLE, Texas (KXAN) – A man is charged with manslaughter after police said he fired 15 rounds through the front window of his home, striking and killing a teen in east Pflugerville Monday night.Pflugerville police found Daquan Wilson, 18, lying face-down and unresponsive when they arrived in the 1300 block of Ivybridge Drive at 9:47 p.m. He was transported toSt. David’s Round Rock Medical Center , where he died from a gunshot wound.Joseph Anderson, 32, faces charges after he said he fired his handgun through the window when he heard a group of men outside his front door talking about shooting him. Anderson had gotten into an argument with one of them – his stepdaughter’s boyfriend – in a nearby playground a few minutes before over his stepdaughter being there without permission, according to an affidavit.Wilson was not identified as being one of the men at the park, but he was in front of the door with the boyfriend when Anderson fired the gun, police said.Anderson told police he didn’t want to hurt anyone, but that he was just trying to scare them.Wilson was hit in the chest. His family described the death as senseless.”He just graduated last month on the fifth, and last night was July 5. He died and lost his life,” said Wilson’s mother, Connie Wilson.She said he had a lot to live for. He had just graduated Pflugerville High School and was on their basketball team. He was working three jobs and was about to enter the Dental Hygiene Program in college. All that, she said, was cut short.Wilson said, “It just was a senseless loss. It really was. Our community is going to miss him greatly.”"He’s not even 19 years old and talking about donating organs and funeral arrangements. But, for what reason? There’s no reason a person should be shooting out their door,” said Daquan’s father, Michael Jefferson, who tried to hold back tears while he spoke.Neighbors in the area are shocked something like this would happen in their community. The neighborhood is full of children playing in the late afternoons.Erica Hernandez said, “I’m terrified because I’ve lived here for 11 years now, and got three kids. I’m worried about the safety of my kids and the neighborhood’s kids because nothing like this has ever happened. Its scary, very scary.” Tuesday afternoon, family and friends of Daquan held hands and prayed over the spot where his body lay just 12 hours earlier. Now that same spot is adorned with flowers, candles, and memories of a life cut short. “It can happen to any child,” Jefferson said, as tears rolled down his face. “It didn’t have to happen in Pflugerville. It didn’t have to happen to him.”Authorities took Anderson into custody for questioning a short while later.Investigators learned Anderson was involved in a confrontation with his stepdaughter’s boyfriend earlier in the afternoon at an elementary school playground. Anderson had gone to the playground to pick up his stepdaughter after she had not returned home as she was expected to, and had words with her boyfriend and another friend at the park, police said. Anderson said the boyfriend threatened to kill him, but he had dismissed it because the boyfriend was “just a kid.”After Anderson and his stepdaughter left, she received two phone calls that Anderson told police made him feel threatened. The first warned that the boyfriend and friends were “looking for where you stay,” police said.The second call advised the stepdaughter that the group was going to “shoot whoever opens the door,” police said.Half an hour after the confrontation at the playground, the boyfriend and five or six of his friends showed up at Anderson’s house and approached the front door, police said. Anderson said he moved everyone to the back of the house when he heard the voices on the other door utter the words, “come out” and “shoot” and “get out of the way,” police said.That’s when Anderson said he fired his gun from inside his residence toward the front of his home, striking Wilson in the upper torso with one of the 15 rounds he sprayed through the front window. Pflugerville police charged Anderson with manslaughter, a second-degree felony. And although Wilson was on the property when shot, authorities said during a press conference Tuesday afternoon that the Castle Doctrine will not apply in this case. This story keeps changing in the news, the Lib's made it seem initally like a race issue. If you watch it build you will see the truth come to light in the end. He made lots of mistakes, this is good to read as a "How Not To" handle a situation. In the end I think we will see he was a scared Man defending his daughter his home and his Life.