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Surveillance Video: Armed Suspects Flee Foiled Home Invasion

Surveillance video from a home in Alamogordo, New Mexico, shows three armed suspects fleeing the front of a residence after a foiled home invasion. The incident occurred Thursday night around 9 pm. According to KOB 4, Alamogordo Police says “three armed men and a woman [tried] to break into a home.” The woman knocked on the door and the three men approached with weapons once the resident opened it. The homeowner closed the door when the men approached and the men tried to open it, only to look through the glass and see something that set them to flight. In the video, one of the suspects can be seen holding a handgun and another can be seen holding an AR-15 style rifle. Alamogordo Deputy Chief Roger Schoolcraft said the suspects “headed south on foot” and are currently being sought.Surveillance video from a home in Alamogordo, New Mexico, shows three armed suspects fleeing the front of a residence after a foiled home invasion. The incident occurred Thursday night around 9 pm. According to KOB 4, Alamogordo Police says “three armed men and a woman [tried] to break into a home.” The woman knocked on the door and the three men approached with weapons once the resident opened it. The homeowner closed the door when the men approached and the men tried to open it, only to look through the glass and see something that set them to flight. In the video, one of the suspects can be seen holding a handgun and another can be seen holding an AR-15 style rifle. Alamogordo Deputy Chief Roger Schoolcraft said the suspects “headed south on foot” and are currently being sought.

For more on this story, and to see the security cam video, click on the text above.  If you don’t have one, invest in a firearm for your own self protection.  Something scared off these losers, and I’m sure it wasn’t the lock on the front door.  Just sayin…

Florida Homeowner Opens Fire, Killing Home Invasion Suspect During 911 Call

On Monday, a Sunrise, Florida, homeowner used a shotgun to open fire on three home invasion suspects, killing one and causing the remaining two to flee the scene. According to ABC News, homeowner Warren Darlow called 911 to report that three males had pulled into his driveway and were walking toward his home. He did not know them and worried that their intention was to rob the residence. Darlow talked to the police dispatcher, saying, “I got three black males at my house. Two jumped out. They’re getting ready to jump the fence.” He continued talking to the dispatcher until the three suspects allegedly shattered a glass door on the back the home, at which point, Darlow whispered, “Help. They’re in my house right now.” The next sound on the dispatch audio is of Darlow firing three blasts from a shotgun: Darlow missed all three suspects with the first shot, but he struck 21-year-old Albert Jones with the second. He said he saw Jones “reach toward something,” so he fired again. When the 911 dispatcher asked Darlow to clarify what was happening, he said, “I killed one, I think.” The other two suspects, 23-year-old Jose Coleman and 26-year-old Curtis Jefferies, fled the scene but were later apprehended by police.

As a follow up to this story..  No charges were filed against the homeowner.  The two thugs who got away were later arrested by police and THEY will be charged with murder per Florida state law.  How great is that?!?  Talk about karma!!    Another example of why it is SO important to arm yourself.   These worthless pieces of garbage would have killed this homeowner who was simply home paying video games when he saw them pull into his driveway.   But, he did the right thing by dialing 911 and then exercising his Second Amendment rights by standing his ground in his home.  Outstanding!

Gun-toting grandmother foils home invasion; 3 arrested

Two men and a woman have been arrested after grandmother with a gun thwarted an attempted burglary at her home in Coweta County, Ga., according to deputies. “I don’t know why they selected that house, but they picked the wrong one,” Colonel James Yarbrough from the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office said. According to a report, Elaine Stiehl, 78, was getting ready to take a nap when she heard a noise coming from inside her home on Mount Carmel Road around 3 p.m. Friday. Stiehl loaded her gun, opened her bedroom door and saw two men standing in her hallway, the report said. Officials said the men were in the process of stealing furs and tools from the home, but after seeing Stiehl’s gun, the men reportedly ran out of the residence and fled in a car. “Neighbors were able to give us a description of the vehicle we pulled it over and took the subjects into custody,” Yarbrough said. John Michael O’Neal, 32, was been charged with burglary and theft by receiving stolen property. Thomas Allen Linder, 44, is charged with burglary and weapons possession by a convicted felon. The getaway driver, identified as Ann Renee Dearman, 49, was charged with burglary.

Excellent!!   🙂

Great-granny, 80, got a gun, kills a home intruder who attacked husband

This 80-year-old great-granny got a gun and wasn’t afraid to use it. Barb Moles shot and killed a home intruder who beat her husband with a crowbar and stabbed him with a knife. She now tells a local televison station she is “not just the typical granny.” “You know, never in my whole life did I ever anticipate having to take another life — especially at age 80,” Moles told KOMO-TV in Seattle, Wash., last week. “Give me a break here!” Moles grabbed her gun, a .38-caliber pistol, when she saw her 75-year-old husband bleeding on the floor during a home invasion in their rural Sultan home around 8:30 p.m. on April 28. Deputies said Steven Sheppard, 25, attacked Leland Moles after breaking into the couple’s home to steal drugs. KOMO reported that when Sheppard encountered Barb Moles, he said one word: “Gun.” Moles, a grandmother of eight and a great-grandmother of three, pulled the trigger four times. Three bullets hit the mark, KOMO reported. “I was just intent upon stopping him,” she told the station. “I didn’t have any other thought in my head. I just knew I had to stop him.” Q13 Fox reported that Sheppard was an ex-con who spent time in prison for robbery. Leland Moles remains in a hospital where he is listed in stable condition, the station reported. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate Moles’ actions. KOMO reported that the gun was a Christmas gift from her husband. She said she wouldn’t hesitate to use it again. “You know how mothers are with their kids,” she said. “That’s the way I am with my husband. I just protect his back. I’m not just the typical granny — in case you haven’t noticed.”

Excellent!! 🙂

Report: 11-year-old boy shoots home intruder

An 11-year-old Alabama boy says he opened fire with a gun and wounded a man suspected of breaking into his home. Chris Gaither tells WVTM-TV he was home alone in Talladega on Wednesday when he heard a noise and realized someone else was inside. The boy says he grabbed a 9mm handgun and an armed male intruder threatened to kill him. Gaither says he followed the man outside and started shooting as the intruder fled with a clothes hamper. Gaither says he wounded the man in the leg with his 12th and final shot, and the man started “crying like a baby.” Police haven’t released any details on the case but say they are investigating. WVTM reports the man was treated for his wound at a hospital.

Excellent!!    🙂

 

Home Invader Who Puts Gun to Woman’s Neck Gets Shot and Killed

On December 23, a home invader burst through a door in northern Memphis, Tennessee, and put a gun to a woman’s neck. He was then shot multiple times and killed.

Excellent!  Another testament to the importance of exercising our Second Amendment rights.  This thug had several priors and was well known to Memphis police.  Sounds like karma finally caught up with him.  Hopefully they’ll catch the second piece of garbage soon.