A disabled woman in Houston, Texas, shot and killed an alleged home invader Saturday afternoon just before 3 p.m.
KHOU reports that the woman was home alone when a 17-year-old and 18-year-old allegedly broke out a window, which allowed them to reach inside and unlock the exterior door. The 18-year-old allegedly led the way into the apartment thereafter and, because he was first in the door, ended up being the one who was shot.
A Texas disabled woman stopped a home invasion with her firearm when two armed criminals tried to broke a window in her home and unlocked her front door. This story is more proof that firearms are the great equalizer. ➡️ https://t.co/8XrcrXBj6y pic.twitter.com/nf0SLOLG8c
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The deceased suspect has not been identified. However, the second suspect has been identified as Aren Lacour. Eighteen-year-old Ayanna Harrison has also been identified as the alleged getaway driver.