Armed intruder killed after breaking into McCleary home

A 47-year-old McCleary man was shot and killed Wednesday night after reportedly breaking into a home in the 400 block of Elma-Hicklin Road.

According to Undersheriff Brad Johansson, around 9:25 p.m. the reporting party, a 60-year-old McCleary man, advised that a 47-year-old male broke into the residence armed with a knife.

The suspect was confronted by the reporting party and a struggle ensued. A 36-year-old female who was also present retrieved a firearm and shot the suspect, killing him. The suspect had a protection order prohibiting him from contacting the female who shot the suspect, Johansson said.

Detectives from the Grays Harbor Sheriffs Office responded and served a search warrant at the residence. The investigation is ongoing but early indications appear the shooting was in self-defense, Johansson said. No arrests have been made and no other injuries were reported.

Victim Shoots At 2 Suspects Who Broke Into His Car Outside Arlington Costco

ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — A Costco shopper opened fire at two suspects who broke into his car outside the Arlington store Friday morning.

Just after 10 a.m. Nov. 29, Arlington police were sent to a shooting call in the parking lot of Costco. Officers said it appeared that two men were breaking into a pickup truck when the owner and his friend came out of the store and confronted the suspects.

Police said one of the suspects pulled out a weapon believed to be a gun, when the victim pulled out a handgun he was legally carrying and shot “some rounds” toward the suspects vehicle.

The suspects shortly fled the scene with the victim’s toolbox and have not been located yet.