A judge at the Be'er Sheva Magistrates Court ordered on Sunday that Shai Dromi be released to a two-week house arrest.
Dromi was accused of shooting to death one man suspected of breaking onto his farm. Another man also suspected in the break-in was wounded in the incident.
Immediately following the decision, the prosecutor in the case filed an appeal, forcing the house arrest to be postponed for one more day.
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