Wednesday, 20 December 2017 09:02

Arizona Man Shot During Home Invasion

A Yuma, Arizona man’s escape from the police was promptly impeded when confronted by an armed homeowner.

 38-year-old Jesus Coronado was fleeing from the police when he chose the wrong house to break into. Upon entering the home, Coronado was met with the armed homeowner.

According to a KYMA news report, Coronado sustained a gunshot wound in the hand before he made off with the homeowner’s gun. 

The homeowner was armed with a weapon and a short scuffle ensued. Coronado was shot in the hand but was non-life threatening.

Coronado took the homeowner's firearm and left the residence with the weapon. The officer heard the gunshot and yelling inside the home leading him to enter to search for Coronado.

As Coronado crossed the street he was apprehended and arrested.

No other injuries were involved.

Yuma County Sheriff's Office's Criminal Investigation unit is leading the investigation and is still underway.

Coronado has been released from Yuma Regional Medical Center and was booked at the Yuma County Detention Center where he faces charges of robbery, aggravated assault and an outstanding felony warrant for unlawful flight from law enforcement.

Coronado took a gamble when he decided to break into the home and he came out on the losing side.

The homeowner was able to confront this criminal and lead police to an arrest, thanks to his Constitutional Right to bear arms.




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A 60-year-old California man defended himself against an intruder who was armed with a knife when he found the home invader standing in his living room.


He told police he was in his back yard, and when he went back into the house, there was a man in his living room holding a large hunging knife.


Despite being told multiple times to leave, the intruder remained in the home, so the home owner shot him and called 911.


The intruder, who still had his knife when police arrived, was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound in his abdomen, and will face charges.

Local news reports:

A man wielding a hunting knife was shot by a San Bernardino homeowner after he found the intruder standing inside his living room early Saturday morning, police said.

San Bernardino Police responded to the home of a 60-year-old man in 1400 block of Sheridan Road.

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Two men, one armed with a machete, got more than they bargained for during this attempted burglary. The resident shot the machete-wielding burglar in the chest, and he and his accomplice fled. The burglars were found in a hosptial parking lot and will be charged. The resident is unharmed.

Local news reports:

CLINTON - A Sampson County resident shot and injured one of two men who were breaking into the resident's home Friday morning, the Sampson County Sheriff's Office said.

The two alleged burglars were later captured, said a news release from the Sheriff's Office.

The incident started at a home on Honeycutt Road northwest of Clinton. The homeowner said two men were in the house, one armed with a machete.

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A man fatally shot one burglar and wounded at least one other after getting a security alert on his phone. A third burglar escaped. The surviving burlar has been charged, and will transported to jail from the hospital.

Local news reports:

A man fatally shot a 17-year-old and wounded at least one other person during an alleged burglary of his West Dallas house early Saturday.

The homeowner told police he received a cellphone notification from his security system that intruders were in his house while he was out. He said he drove back to the house in the 2400 block of Bickers Street and confronted three young men leaving with his property.

The homeowner, who was not identified, then shot at the suspects, hitting at least two of them.

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It sounds like this woman made an upgrade in the boyfriend department. When her old boyfriend broke into her house, her new boyfriend held him at gunpoint until police arrived, and no one was harmed.

Local news reports:

BEAUMONT - A man broke into his ex-girlfriend's Beaumont home only to be foiled by her new boyfriend on Friday.

Just before 11 a.m. the man broke into his ex's house in the 2200 block of North Street according to Beaumont Police officers on the scene.

The woman's new boyfriend was in the house at the time and held the ex-boyfriend at gunpoint until police arrived.

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This 80-year-old woman took action when an intruder broke through her back door and stabbed her husband. When police arrived, the intruder was collapsing in the doorwary. The intruder died of "multiple gunshot wounds." Her husband was placed in intensive care.

Local news reports:

SULTAN, Wash. -- A 75-year-old Sultan man recounted Friday how a man broke into his house and stabbed him before his 80-year-old wife shot and killed the intruder.

The stabbing victim "told deputies that he was watching TV when he saw an unknown male on his back porch," the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office said in a news release. "He said that the suspect broke down a door to make entry to the home and, when he did, he hit the man (the resident) on the head and began stabbing him.

"The homeowner’s 80-year-old wife said she retrieved a gun and shot the suspect, who was found by arriving deputies collapsed in the doorway of the front room," the news release said. "The homeowners’ adult son was sleeping in another part of the house when the incident occurred."

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Wednesday, 27 April 2016 15:13

This burglar refused to learn his lesson

 

   

A Missouri man was released after courts determined he shot the intruder in his home in self-defense. The burglar he fatally shot had a history of previous offenses, and was even shot once in the past while breaking into a home. In this last case, the homeowner even warned him "I have a gun, don't come in here."

Local news reports:

Corinth police released the suspect in Saturday’s shooting after determining it appears to be a case of self-defense during a home break-in.

Lewis Boyd, 61, of 1704 Proper Street, was shot multiple times after he made entry into a home at 1500 Proper Street, resulting in his death.

“It appears the shooter was protecting his person and his property,” said Police Chief Ralph Dance. “The case will be presented to the next grand jury, which is our protocol anytime there is a death.”

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Wednesday, 27 April 2016 13:47

Intruder shot while rushing at the homeowner

   

After a two intruders forced their way into his house, this homeowner showed them he was armed and asked them to leave. When he stepped to the front door to get their vehicle information though, one of the intruders rushed back at him, so the homeowner shot him. At that point both criminals fled, and called 911 later for medical attention.

Local news reports:

An intruder who apparently threatened a Liberty Street homeowner in Fredonia was transported to Erie County Medical Center by Starflight after being shot early this morning.

Fredonia police report the incident, which occurred around 2:22 a.m., began when a male and female subject entered the enclosed porch of the home and began pounding on the front door. The homeowner, who was armed with a legally owned handgun, opened the door and the two subjects forced their way into the house. Following a brief exchange of words, the homeowner, who was carrying the gun, repeatedly told the two to leave the house.

Upon leaving, the homeowner went to his front steps in an attempt to get vehicle information. Upon seeing the homeowner, the driver stopped the vehicle in the road, left the car and began charging and threatening the homeowner. The homeowner fired several rounds, striking the male subject who went back to his vehicle and fled the scene.

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Tuesday, 12 April 2016 11:16

Elderly man foils home robbery

   

An elderly man fatally shot one of three intruders attempting to rob his home. The burglar was found dead with a baseball bat when help arrived. Police believe this to be a self-defense shooting, and are still looking for two other suspects who ran off.

Local news reports:

UPDATE: The Washington County Sheriff’s Department is actively investigating a home invasion shooting that took place Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. off Route DD in Belgrade.

Washington County Sheriff’s Department Captain Zach Jacobsen said when they arrived at the house the white male in his 30s who was reportedly trying to break into the home was deceased with a gunshot wound to the head.

“There was a single shot fired and what we have determined so far was the resident in the home, who was an elderly male, was sitting down at the dining room table to eat lunch when he saw a truck pull up really close to the house in the yard,” said Jacobsen. “He thought it was odd the person pulled up so close and he had a weapon on the table next to him, for reasons yet to be determined.”

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Three intruders broke into this man's home. However, "Police said the intruders didn't know the homeowner was awake and armed." The home owner fatally shot one of them when he and the intruder exchanged fire. The other two criminals have not been found, and are considered armed and dangerous by the police.

Local news reports:

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - A Fulton County homeowner shot and killed an intruder early Friday morning.

Investigators said around 2 a.m. Friday three men tried to enter a home in the 2100 block of Rochelle Way in unincorporated College Park. Police said the intruders didn't know the homeowner was awake and armed.

The home owner exchanged gunfire with the suspects, killing one of them. That suspect, described as an adult male, died in the front yard. His name hasn't been released.

The other two suspect escaped. Police don't have a good description on them, but think it is possible they are still in the area. Those suspects are considered armed and dangerous.

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