An intrusion suspect who came toward an armed homeowner “yelling and screaming” was shot multiple times Friday morning.
Fox 5 reported that the incident occurred in Atlanta, where a returning homeowner was greeted by an intrusion suspect. The homeowner opened fire on the intruder, shooting him multiple times in the leg.
Atlanta Police Officer Stephanie Brown said, “He noticed a door was open, a man came out of a room yelling and screaming, the homeowner pulled out his firearm and fired several because he felt like his life was in danger.”
— denisedillon (@DillonFox5) March 9, 2019
The suspect fled the scene after being shot, only to make it about a mile before stopping by a random home and knocking on the door to beg for a drink of water. The man who answered the door said, “He told me he had been shot and needed water. I told him I wasn’t going to give him any water he needed to call 911.”
The suspect was arrested. Fox 5 reported that he was already facing “criminal trespass” charges from allegedly entering another home three weeks ago.
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