Houston Resident Shoots Three Alleged Home Intruders Dead, Wounds Fourth

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Police in Houston say a resident shot and killed three alleged home invaders and wounded a fourth early Saturday morning.

The Associated Press reports that “at least four suspects…[allegedly] stormed the residence” and the resident opened fire. One of the suspects died in the home, another died after fleeing on foot, and a third was found dead in the getaway car.

A fourth suspect was wounded and taken to the hospital for medical treatment.

The Houston Chronicle reports that the incident occurred shortly after 1 am Saturday and that Houston Police Department’s Travis Miller believes everyone involved in the alleged invasion is accounted for.

KHOU talked to the resident’s neighbor, who said he saw the suspects holding rifles as they approached the residence.

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