Man fatally shot during Orange County home invasion robbery attempt

ORLANDO, Fla. – A 21-year-old man was shot and killed late Friday in Orange County during an attempted home invasion robbery, according to the Sheriff’s Department.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office on Monday identified the victim as Michael Ramos.

Deputies said Ramos was found shot to death around 10:45 p.m. on Lake Pleasant Road in northern Orange County. Investigators said Ramos was among several people involved in a home invasion robbery attempt around 10:10 p.m. on the 100 block of South Lake Pleasant Road.

Additional suspects fled in a vehicle parked in a nearby neighborhood, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Investigators are seeking information from the public regarding suspicious persons or vehicles in the neighborhood on the night of Oct. 23.

An investigation is ongoing. No other details have been released.

Homeowner shoots burglar in Webster

A Webster New York homeowner shot someone who allegedly had broken into a Gravel Road home early Tuesday morning, according to Webster police.

Webster Police Chief Joseph Rieger said that officers were called to a residence on Gravel Road, near Klem Road, just before 1:30 a.m. Rieger said it appears that the homeowner “encountered and shot” an alleged burglar.

Specifically, officers said that the homeowner encountered an intruder in an outbuilding (a garage/barn) on the property, not attached to the residence.

Webster Police investigate an early morning shooting on Gravel Road. Police said a homeowner shot an alleged burglar.
The injured man suffered serious injuries and was taken to an area hospital for treatment where he is listed in critical condition, according to Webster police. Officers have not released the name of the alleged burglar or homeowner.

A portion of Gravel Road was temporarily closed Tuesday morning. Officers continue to investigate the encounter.

No charges have been filed in connection with the incident.

Homeowner fatally shoots burglar in Marquette Park

A homeowner shot and killed a suspected burglar Sunday in Marquette Park on the Southwest Side, according to Chicago police.

About 11:15 a.m., the man, believed to be in his 40s, was shot by the homeowner during a burglary in the 7100 block of South Mozart Street, police said.

The Cook County medical examiner’s office has not yet commented on the death.

Area One detectives are investigating.

Florida mom defends family in gunfight with home intruders

An Instagram model may have saved her family when she grabbed a firearm and engaged in a gunfight with masked intruders who stormed into her Florida home, reports said.

Ansley Pacheco, 26, was at home in Miami-Dade County earlier this month when armed intruders ambushed her husband, 7-year-old son and their friends while they were watching the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals, according to Local 10 News.

“While I was in the bathroom, I started to hear the commotion, I started hearing, ‘Get down, get down, give me everything you got,’” she recalled.

“I went to the nightstand; I grabbed the gun and I opened the door. I saw one of the guys face to face with me. He told me to put my gun down. I just shook my head no, and then I said, ‘Don’t shoot me, my son is in here.’”

After a tussle and gunshots, which were caught on surveillance video, the intruders took off with some watches and jewelry.

“They finally just ran out,” Pacheco said. “My husband ran and got the gun and shot back at the vehicle that was leaving.”

Luckily, Pacheco and her family were not injured in the melee. The woman, who streams videos on the website OnlyFans, remained defiant.

“I just knew that I had to do something, and my first instinct was to grab the gun and defend my husband and my son,” she said.

Woman shoots, kills suspected carjacker in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS — A 29-year-old woman who told police she was robbed and carjacked in St. Louis Monday shot and killed her attacker, 5 On Your Side has learned.

The victim told police she was going into a business at about 3:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of North Vandeventer to get her paycheck and was robbed as she was returning to her car, according to a source familiar with the investigation.

She jumped into her car, got her own gun and shot the suspect once in the stomach before he fled in her car, according to the source.

At about the same time she called police, a neighboring police district got a call for an accident with injuries in the 3700 block of Finney Avenue, about half a mile away. Officers found the victim’s stolen car along with a man inside who had been shot in the stomach. He was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead shortly before 4 p.m.

The man was identified Wednesday as 25-year-old Tyrell Williams.

Meanwhile, paramedics treated the carjacking victim at the scene. She had an injury to her leg, which she told police she got when she fell from her car during the robbery.

Homicide detectives interviewed the victim and released her.

Never bring a gun to an SUV fight.

Philadelphia Victim Services Advocate Fatally Shoots Would-Be Robber In Strawberry Mansion

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Police say a man was shot and killed by a person he was trying to rob in the Strawberry Mansion section of the city on Tuesday morning. The shooting happened on the 2600 block of North Napa Street, shortly before 10 a.m.

Police sources say the shooter is a city employee, working as a victim services advocate for the District Attorney’s Office.

Police say when the 31-year-old man tried to rob the city employee at gunpoint, he pulled out his own weapon and fired, striking the would-be robber in the chest.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene.

No charges have been filed.

Eyewitness News reached out to the District Attorney’s Office and a spokesperson says that this is an active investigation that has been referred to another agency, and declined to give additional comment.

Gun-wielding man in Roseville basketball complex fatally shot by CPL holder

ROSEVILLE, Mich. (FOX2) – A deadly shooting left a man fatally wounded after a basketball game Tuesday.

Roseville police say a fight at Midwest Athletics Basketball City at 1640 Eastland Street, led to a man leaving and coming back with a gun. When he pointed the firearm at the person he had fought with, a second man with a valid concealed pistol license, intervened. After an exchange of gunfire, police say the suspect was seriously injured and was pronounced dead at the scene just before 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Family of the victim claims that there was one shooter who left after an altercation on the basketball court, returned, and gunned down their relative – conflicting with the police version of the story.  They say the victim did not have weapon at the time of the shooting and was a CPL holder.

The CPL holder is in custody as the investigation continues.

Police said in a release:

“An altercation occurred over a basketball game. One individual left the building after the altercation was broken up by other patrons. This individual returned a short time later carrying a firearm. He then pointed the firearm at an individual from the earlier altercation.

“At this time, it appears a valid CPL holder intervened. After a brief exchange of gunfire, the individual who left the building was seriously injured and was eventually pronounced deceased at the scene.”

Carson City man jailed after homeowner shoots him in foot for alleged attempted break-in

A 24-year-old Carson City man was arrested early Saturday for suspicion of felony home invasion after being shot in the foot by a homeowner who had attempted to scare the suspect away, according to a sheriff’s office booking report.

Moses Aristides Sandoval was arrested at 5:14 a.m. in the 300 block of Corbett Street. According to the booking report, deputies were dispatched to the area for a report of a home invasion in progress. The homeowner informed dispatch they had the suspect on the ground at gunpoint and that they were in the backyard………..

Female homeowner shoots one of three armed intruders

A second arrest has been made in a Monroe Louisiana home invasion that left one of the assailants injured.

Rodney Darrell Mitchell, 21, of Tallulah, was arrested Tuesday and booked into Ouachita Correctional Center on a charge of aggravated burglary and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Mitchell was identified as one of three armed men who forcefully entered a Monroe home on Oct. 11. Two men reportedly threatened the male resident, demanded money and hit him with their guns. The female resident woke up, grabbed her firearm and shot at the burglars after one reportedly pointed a gun at her………..

Armed robber killed during home invasion, three others injured

BATON ROUGE – Authorities say a 20-year-old man was killed and three people were injured during a home invasion late Monday night.

According to a representative with the Baton Rouge Police Department (BRPD), 20-year-old Marcus Hayes Jr. was allegedly committing an armed robbery at a home in the 900 block of West McKinley Street around 11:10 p.m., Monday.

Six people were apparently home during the incident and police say one of them grabbed a gun and shot Hayes.

Officials say Hayes died at the scene of the crime.

An attempted robbery ends with the robber killed

A 38-year-old Montgomery Alabama man who police accused of committing a robbery was fatally shot during the robbery attempt early Friday, according to a Montgomery police news release.

Police have launched a death investigation after Timothy Rollins was shot in the 5900 block of Monticello Drive, according to the news release. Medics and investigators found Rollins after a report of a robbery and a man shot about 3:47 a.m.

He was taken to a hospital where he later died.


Burglar shot to death by neighbor after breaking into 4th floor apartment

SAN ANTONIO – A burglar was shot and killed by a neighbor after breaking into a South Side apartment.

The deadly shooting happened around 11:30 p.m. Sunday at The Flats at Big Tex Apartments on the 400 block of Blue Star near Probandt Street.

Police said a man climbed onto the fourth-floor balcony of the apartment then broke in through the door.

The man who lived inside the apartment called his neighbor for help and ran to safety.

The neighbor confronted the suspect in the doorway of the apartment and shot him several times.

The suspect died inside the hallway that connects all the apartments in the building. Police said the suspect was carrying a firearm.

The neighbor was taken in for questioning by police, but will most likely not face any charges.

Nobody else was hurt.

Store owner shoots armed robber

SAN DIEGO — Police say a store owner shot an armed robber who officers are now questioning in connection with three other robberies reported Sunday.

San Diego police said a man walked into La Michoacana, a market and taco shop at 1702 Vesta Street, with a gun around 10:40 a.m. and demanded money from two cash registers. The store owner, a 40-year-old man, handed over the money then grabbed his own gun as the suspect walked away.

The store owner “challenged the suspect” then shot him twice when the suspect turned back toward him, according to police. The armed robbery suspect was shot in the stomach and wrist. He was taken to the hospital with injuries not considered life-threatening, police said.

The first robbery reported Sunday happened shortly before 7:30 a.m. Police said the victim had just gotten money out of an ATM when a gunman walked up near East 9th Street and C Avenue and stole the cash. Just over an hour later, the Texas Liquor store on Harbison Avenue was robbed. Police say a man held the clerk at gunpoint.

National City police said they got a third report of a robbery at the Swap Meet. Officers got a license plate number for the suspect’s vehicle. The call about the shooting at the taco shop came in as they were relaying the information to surrounding agencies.

Officers are now working to learn if the man who was shot is behind the other robberies. Police have not provided information about any other possible suspects.

Melbourne resident opens fire during attempted home invasion

MELBOURNE, Fla. – Melbourne police said a resident in fear for his safety scared off two men, at least one of whom had a gun, early Wednesday because he believed they were going to break into his home.

Police responded to a home on White Cap Way at 5:51 a.m. for reports of an attempted home invasion robbery with shots fired. Officers were told by the residents they had observed a suspicious vehicle parked outside of their home and two men with a firearm got out and began to approach the house.

Out of fear, one of the residents armed himself and opened the front door, shooting several rounds into the ground and in the direction of the vehicle, he told police. The unknown men then drove away, officials said.

Police do not believe either of the men were shot during the incident and no homes were stuck.

Robbery victim shoots, kills suspected thief on way to meet online date

HOUSTON – A man claims he shot and killed another man who tried to rob him during what he believed was a meetup with a woman he met online.

According to deputies in Harris County, the victim said he planned to meet the woman at an apartment complex along Uvalde Road in Northeast Houston when two men walked up and tried to rob him at gunpoint.

The victim said he pulled out his own gun and shot one of the men before taking off. He drove to a nearby gas station where he called for help.

By the time officers arrived at the apartment complex, the suspected robber was dead. Investigators said they found a toy gun at the scene.

The alleged victim was questioned. Deputies also said they weren’t sure of the ages of people involved, but said at least one may be a juvenile.

Home intruder shot in Kinsey Sunday morning dies

DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) – The Houston County Sheriff’s Office providing additional details today in a shooting over the weekend that led to one man’s death.

No charges will be filed in the case, because Sheriff Donald Valenza said 34-year-old Dantrail Mills was trying to break into a Kinsey home when he was shot by the homeowner. On Sunday, Oct. 11 around 2:00 a.m. the Houston County Sheriff’s Office received a call for a possible burglary in progress on Nomad Circle.

Mills was armed and had parked about 90 to 100 feet from the home. When Mills entered the home he was met by a male resident who fired multiple times.

Mills is no stranger to law enforcement. He’s been arrested more than 20 times. He was currently on federal probation.

Sheriff Valenza said the motive is unclear but Mills and the residents knew each other.

“When the subject breached the house, he and the other male engaged and Mr. Mills was shot and rescue arrived and transported him to the medical center where he was treated,” Sheriff Valenza said.

Sheriff Valenza says Mills died on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

No one else in the home was injured.

Teen shot to death while trying to rob man with toy gun

HARRIS COUNTY TX(KTRK) — A man is claiming self-defense after he shot and killed one of two teen robbery suspects who approached him with a toy gun overnight in northeast Harris County, the sheriff’s office said.

The deadly shooting happened around 1:40 a.m. at the Forest Creek Apartments on Uvalde near Wallisville Road.

The man told deputies he went to the apartment complex to meet a woman he connected with on a dating website. He alleges that while he was there, two people approached him with what he thought was a real gun.

That’s when the man pulled out his own gun, shooting one of the teens. According to deputies, the second suspect tried to give his friend CPR, but the other teen died.

After the shooting, the man’s gun jammed. He then drove to a gas station nearby and called 911.

Deputies say though the weapon looked realistic, it was actually a toy AR-15 rifle.

“We did find what turned out to be a toy gun, but we’ve also got some other evidence over there,” said HCSO Sgt. Ben Beall. “We’re in the early stages of the investigation and it’s going to take a little bit to figure this out.”

The second teen in the attempted robbery was being questioned, but it wasn’t known if any arrests were made.

Ultimately, the case may go to a grand jury for charges.  (actually it will go to a GJ, because that is Texas state law for all homicides)

Shooting at Spartanburg convenience store that left man dead ruled justifiable

A man who shot and killed another man at a Spartanburg convenience store earlier this week will not face homicide charges, the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday night.

Russell David Berry Sr., 58, of Duncan, was shot Tuesday at the QuikTrip on Reidville Road and died in the operating room about three hours later, Coroner Rusty Clevenger said.

Lt. Kevin Bobo released new information and a description of what was captured on security video that led to the decision by the 7th Circuit Solicitor’s Office.

Bobo said deputies responded to the shooting call about 11 p.m.

He said before deputies arrived, 911 dispatchers advised deputies that witnesses said there was a victim in the parking lot with a gunshot wound to his abdomen.

Bobo identified the victim as Berry.

Witnesses also said the shooter had laid his gun on the ground, had laced his fingers behind his head, and was laying on his stomach in the parking lot, Bobo said.

Dispatchers also informed deputies the man asked the witnesses to call 911, and that the shooting was in self-defense, according to Bobo.

When deputies arrived, they found both Berry and the shooter, whose name was not released, as EMS began treating the Berry.

The man was taken to the sheriff’s office for questioning by one investigator while another investigator remained at the scene, interviewing witnesses and gathering video.

Investigators now say the man had first been to CVS behind the QT, attempting to get a money order to send to his family out of country, but the machine there wasn’t working correctly.

The man asked the CVS clerk where the closest ATM was, and she told him there was one inside the QT.

Berry was inside the CVS at the same time as the man, but from the store’s security video, it doesn’t appear they interacted, Bobo said.

Once the man left CVS and went to QT, Berry came outside from CVS but stayed in his car in the parking lot closest to the QT, Bobo said.

About 10 minutes later, the man left the QT and was headed toward his vehicle when Berry got out of his car and headed toward the suspect in a hurried manner, Bobo said.

At some point, Berry can be seen taking a swing at the man, but misses as the suspect runs away.

The man has a valid concealed weapons permit and had both his permit and his weapon on him, Bobo said.

“Fearing for his life, as Berry kept coming towards him, he pulled his pistol from his waistband and fired one time at Berry, hitting him in the stomach,” Bobo said in a release.

The lead violent crime investigator met with the solicitor’s office on Thursday afternoon, who reviewed the case file, according to Bobo.

Based on the statement from the man, which was corroborated by both the statements from the witnesses as well as the video from CVS and QT, the solicitor’s office ruled this incident as a justifiable homicide, and no criminal charges against the man will be filed, Bobo said.

Despite that ruling, the investigation remains active, and the lead investigator still has several pieces of the investigation to wrap up, Bobo said.

Clerk fatally shoots would-be robber at northeast Columbus store

COLUMBUS OHIO (WCMH) — Police say an exchange of gunfire led to a clerk fatally injuring a robber at a northeast Columbus store.

According to the Columbus Division of Police, at about 1:09 a.m., two armed suspects wearing masks entered the Beechcroft Newstand along E. Dublin-Granville Road and demanded money.

Police say the clerk fatally shot one of the suspects during an exchange of gunfire.

The other suspect fired shots, striking the clerk and a customer before running from the scene.

The robbery suspect fatally shot has been identified as Juanye Hawkins-Payne, 19.

The clerk and the customer were taken to an area hospital where they were treated and released.

The other robbery suspect, Daythan Jones, 20, has been arrested according to police, and charged with murder.

Police continue to investigate the shooting.

Jewelry store owner shoots robbery suspect 4 times after being stabbed in the head

HAMTRAMCK, Mich. (FOX 2) – A jewelry store owner got attacked in an attempted robbery, being stabbed in the head – but shot the suspect four times.

Both men are still alive after the incident which happened at Naya’s Jewelry on Joseph Campau Friday afternoon.

Hamtramck jewelry store owner guns down robbery suspect after being stabbed

“We had a stabbing and a shooting,” said Max Garbarino, Hamtramck community safety director.

Police say the suspect stabbed the store owner in the head but the owner defended himself and shot the suspect four times. Both men were taken to a nearby hospital

The whole incident happened so fast, the suspect never was able to try to steal anything, investigators say.

“I don’t know of any of our jewelry stores where they’re not armed, so it’s very foolish for someone to do that here,” Garbarino said.

Investigators aren’t disclosing the extent of their injuries but they did say the store owner is expected to recover.

“The store owner was talking to our officers and giving us details so I’m fairly certain he’ll probably be ok,” Garbarino said.

Man shoots knife-wielding home invader during break-in in Person County

PERSON COUNTY, N.C. (WTVD) — A knife-wielding home invader was shot while attempting to break into a Person County home late Friday night.

Person County deputies said around 10:30 p.m. on Friday, a male neighbor was shot while attempting to break into a home along Rhododendron Lane.

Authorities said a man inside the home shot the neighbor two times in what appears to be self-defense.

The Chief Deputy of Person County Kevin Crabtree said the home-invading suspect should fully recover and be released from the hospital later Saturday.

The shooting remains under investigation at this time.

Burglary suspect shot by business owner in Jacksonville Beach

A man who tried to burglarize a Jacksonville Beach [Florida] business is recovering after being shot by the business owner Monday morning, according to police.

The Jacksonville Beach Police Department says officers were called to 314 14th Ave. N. for a burglary in progress at 2:28 a.m. When officers arrived, they discovered the business owner had shot the suspect who was described as a 30-year-old man about 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighing 210 pounds.

The suspect fled from the scene, police say, and was found by officers about one block west of the business. The suspect was later identified as Daniel Ifeanvi Nwobi, according to police. Police immediately rendered medical attention, and the Nwobi was taken by rescue crews to Memorial Hospital.

Police say Nwobi has since been arrested and charged with burglary to a structure and criminal mischief.

There is an active investigation into what happened, according to police.

Home Intruder Killed After Breaking Into Trailer House

MIDLAND, TX – Roommates living in a trailer in the Midland Trailer Park were attacked by a home intruder last Tuesday. The man was shot and killed. Now the roommates are telling their side of the story.

According to CBS7, on Sept. 29, deputies with the Midland County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 7100 block of Airline Road at the Airline & Mobile Home RV Park for the report of shots fired.

When the deputies arrived they found 26-year-old Ian Ramirez dead on the kitchen floor. After speaking with the three residents in the home the deputies decided the shooting was self defense. Now the shooter, Gunner Duffy, shares exactly what went down.

It all started with a Tuesday afternoon card game between Duffy and his roommate. The game was interrupted by an alarm from the security system on the front door.

“He had blue gloves on and a surgical mask, and he pointed at me and said you’re going to come with me. He was very matter-of-fact and very determined–it was stressful, it was scary.” said Duffy regarding seeing Ramirez for the first time. “You know I yelled to the intruder stay where you are, don’t move, stay where you’re at right now, don’t move, the cops are on their way,”

Duffy then bolted for the bedroom and grabbed his rifle. He proceeded to shoot Ramirez twice in the chest. He continued firing shots at Ramirez until he could get his girlfriend and roommate to safety. By the time authorities arrived Ramirez was already dead.

Duffy was shot in the shin and his roommate was shot in the shoulder. Neither of their injuries were life threatening.

“It’s a miracle! It’s a grace from whatever god or deity you believe in. That’s the way I see it. You know, something was there and gave me the ability to react the way I did; it gave me the ability to stand strong the way I did, and I think whatever did it, which I believe is GOD.” said Duffy.

Suspected Burglar Shot Breaking Into Home In Broken Arrow

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. – A man is in the hospital on Wednesday morning after he was shot by a homeowner during a break-in in Broken Arrow.
Broken Arrow Police said the homeowner confronted the man and shot him twice. Detectives said the men knew each other and had a dispute.

According to Broken Arrow police, they received a call about a possible burglary a little after 8 p.m. Tuesday night near the area of South Ash Place. Police said when they arrived at the home they found that the homeowner had shot the suspect that came into the house.

The suspect was shot in the upper torso and taken to the hospital for serious injuries, according to police.

“We do have a 41-year-old man in custody, he’s going to be charged when the paperwork is submitted to the DA with first-degree burglary. He does have two gunshot wounds but is in stable condition,” Chris Walker with Broken Arrow Police said.

According to Broken Arrow Police, the homeowner was not injured during the shooting.

Police have not yet released the name of the suspect.

3rd person captured after homeowner shoots suspect during attempted break-in

Anderson County deputies captured a third suspect Tuesday evening after a homeowner shot a suspected burglar trying to break into a home.

The shooting was reported about 9:30 a.m. when three people tried to break into a home on Walker Circle, deputies said. That is near Liberty Highway, north of the city of Anderson.

“There were three people [the homeowner] had caught and he believed were breaking in,” said JT Foster with the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office. “One of the suspects made a move towards him and he felt threatened, so he fired at least one time striking one of the suspects.”

The other two suspects ran from the scene, deputies said.

Deputies brought in a K-9 officers and ATV’ss to track the other suspects (see Sky 4 video above.)

“It’s absolutely one of the most difficult tasks around,” said Foster while discussing the hardships that come with tracking in heavily wooded areas. “Not only are you worried bout not being attacked by someone you may find in the woods but you gotta watch your step for poisonous plants and snakes.”

Deputies said they found and captured the second suspect, a woman shortly after the burglary, who is being detained.

The suspect who was shot by the homeowner was taken to AnMed Health, but his condition is still unknown.

The homeowner declined to go on camera and wished to remain anonymous, but did speak to reporters off camera.

“Bums and thieves who come on my property to steal, if I have to defend myself, if I have to disable your vehicle, if I have to disable you, I’ll do it,” said the Homeowner. “Stay off my property.”

No other information was immediately released.

Sounds like he was trying to rent it and things didn’t go so well.

Homeowner shoots and kills woman attempting to rob him in Dacula

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — A homeowner shot and killed a woman in self-defense after she tried to rob him, Gwinnett County police say.

The shooting happened around 3 a.m. Wednesday at a home on Rabbit Hill Road in unincorporated Dacula.

According to Gwinnett County police, the homeowner invited 27-year-old Azahni Ellis, from Milwaukee, over to his house earlier in the evening. At some point, police said Ellis attempted to rob him and shot at him as he attempted to run out of the house.

Ellis left the house but returned moments later and tried to get inside by smashing a window next to the front door, police said.

The homeowner then shot Ellis as she was coming through the front door.

Ellis’ body was found dead inside of a car across from the house near a church.

The homeowner cooperated with police and investigators determined that he was defending himself and he was not charged.

Attempted robbery suspect killed in fatal shooting near San Francisco Union Square

SAN FRANCISCO – A 21-year-old male attempted robbery suspect died after a shooting in San Francisco’s Union Square area on Thursday.

In an update on Friday, police said according to their preliminary investigation that a group of suspects tried to rob an adult-male victim on the 100 block of Geary Boulevard at Grant Avenue.

The shooting happened around 5 p.m. An officer heard gunshots and responded with backup to the area where the suspect was found suffering from gunshot wounds. First responders rendered aid and transported the suspect to the hospital where he later died from his injuries.

The medical examiner’s office identified the shooting victim as Vermond Jones of San Francisco.

Police interviewed an involved party and several witnesses who said a physical altercation between the suspects and victim ended in the suspect being shot. Police say they recovered three firearms from the scene.

Police asked the public to avoid the area of Union Square for several hours shortly after the incident.

SFPD’s homicide unit is continuing to investigage this incident. Police have not announced any arrests in this case.

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – A man is in the hospital after police said he tried to break into an apartment in Hermitage, but once inside the tenant took his gun and shot him.

Officers were called to a reporting shooting in the 100 block of Bonnabrook Drive after shots were fired and a man was spotted running down the street.

Police said an unidentified man walked into Summit Medical Center with a gunshot wound to his shoulder and hip.

Upon arrival, officers learned that the man, who was armed with a gun, forced entry to an apartment. The man inside the apartment told police that he was able to take the suspect’s firearm away.”

The unidentified resident told police that he “shot several times at the suspect causing the suspect to flee.”

Police said the apartment door “was forced open consistent with the statement of the resident.”

The man at Summit Medical Center “matched the description of the suspect in the home invasion.”

The incident is under investigation by the Hermitage Precinct detectives.


Property owner shoots alleged intruder in the face

(WWJ) An investigation is underway after authorities say a Port Huron Michigan-area resident shot a man who’d trespassed on his property.

St Clair County Sheriff Deputies were dispatched to a breaking and entering complaint that was in progress, in the 6000 block of Lapeer Road in Clyde Township, Monday afternoon.

According to the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office, the 50-year-old homeowner was armed when he confronted the alleged intruder.

While the suspect was trying to get away, it’s alleged that he drove at the property owner who fired multiple shots with a handgun, hitting the suspect in the face.

The wounded man, identified a 27-year-old Kimball Township resident, went to a local hospital where he was found by deputies………..

Man takes gun from armed robbers; kills one, injures other in north Harris County

HOUSTON Texas– A northside man turned the tables on two accused teen robbers who he says tried to rob him, according to authorities.

The incident happened at noon in a crowded strip mall parking lot in the 5200 block of Aldine Mail Route at I-69.

According to Harris County Sheriff’s Office, the man was getting into his truck to leave when two teenagers walked up to him. The man told detectives at least one of the alleged robbers was armed.

“He’s reporting that these two suspects attempted to rob him, to take his vehicle,” said Sgt. Jason Brown with the HCSO Homicide Division. “He was able to take one of the pistols from the suspect and (shot) both of those suspects.”……..

One of the teens was struck in the head and chest, officials said. He was pronounced dead a short time later at Kingwood Hospital, officials said.

The second teen was wounded but managed to run into an apartment building across the street, officials said. When he was found, he was also rushed to Kingwood Hospital in unknown condition, officials said.



Man shot by property owner after breaking into barn in St. Clair County

CLYDE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WXYZ) — A man caught breaking into a pole barn in Clyde Township was shot after driving his vehicle at the owner of the property, authorities say.

Deputies from the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 6000 block of Lapeer Road Monday on a report of a breaking and entering in progress.

While deputies were en route, they were told shots had been fired at the scene and the suspect had driven away.

The property owner, a 50-year-old man from Port Huron, said he had made a report to Michigan State Police about the barn being broken into. He came back Monday and discovered more of his property sitting outside the pole barn. He decided to wait and see if the suspect would return.

The suspect, a 23-year-old Port Huron Township man, did eventually come back to the property; the owner was armed with a pistol and called dispatch.

Police say the suspect jumped into his car and drove at him. The owner said he shot his pistol at the vehicle in self-defense.

Police say it was later discovered that the suspect had been shot in the face. He is currently hospitalized.