Published: May 06, 2014 11:34 AM EDT
Updated: May 06, 2014 5:33 PM EDT

UPDATE:  Deputies responded to Deborah and Robert Moulton's home on Hilltop Drive for the second time in less than 24 hours.  Neighbors tell Wink News Deborah Moulton was yelling at the wife her husband is accused of killing.

"I don't know what she was saying she was just screaming at her," said neighbor Audrey Lardie.

Moulton was just released from jail Monday night after being arrested for obstruction of justice. 

"If she had just left them alone this wouldn't have happened," said Lardie.

Deputies took Deborah Moulton in under the Florida Mental Health Act also known as the Baker Act.  Deputies can now hold Moulton for up to 72 hours if they believe she's a threat to herself or someone else.  They also called in Domestic Animal Services to take Moulton's two dogs.  Meanwhile, Robert Moulton is still behind bars for allegedly murdering their neighbor and Lardie says she wants them both gone for good.

"I don't have anything to do with her and thank god that I didn't because it could have been me that was getting shot," said Lardie.

 

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- A murder and standoff in Collier County may have been sparked by a bitter feud between neighbors.

Robert Moulton, 61, is behind bars, accused of gunning down his next door neighbor. Moulton's wife, Deborah Moulton, who was taken to the hospital after the standoff, was also arrested for obstruction of justice.

The Sheriff's Office visited the Moulton's home, and the home of their neighbors, Sergey Chepchugov and Olga Kolesnikova, 46 times in the past 10 years. The feud between the neighbors got so bad that Chepchugov wife's filed a restraining order against Deborah Moulton in 2010 for what she said were repeated threats and attacks.

Deborah Moulton's sister, Darla, said this tragedy could have been prevented. Darla claims the incident started because of a fight over the Moulton's dog, and said Chepchugov jumped over the Moultons' fence.

"I am certain that when my brother-in-law came out, and saw my sister on the ground being choked and her head being bashed into the ground, that he had every reason to believe her life was in danger," said Darla.

On Monday, a judge set Robert Moulton's bond at $500,000. Deborah bonded out of jail, but was re-arrested today on separate charges.