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Home Invasion Turns Into Shoot and Kill Situation

September 21, 2015 Laws, Mass Shootings, Self-Defense No Comments
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A resident of this North Carolina shot and killed an intruder. Residents of this apartment complex have been the victims of burglaries before, but hopefully now criminals will get the message. This is how it ends when you invade someone’s house who supports the 2nd Amendment.

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DURHAM (WTVD) — A death investigation is underway in Durham after a man was shot and killed during a home invasion early Thursday.

It happened just after 1 a.m. at the Duke Manor Apartments in the 300 block of Lasalle Street.

When officers arrived at the scene, they found 18-year-old Antonio Lamont Elliott Jr. with multiple gunshot wounds.

According to police, Elliott was shot and killed by a resident during the burglary
It’s unclear whether the resident could be charged in connection with the shooting or if the incident will be considered self-defense.

“I feel that you have a right when you’re in your property,” neighbor David Osborne said. “Someone comes in as an intruder, you have to defend yourself. I don’t know the situation and what happened but I hope they’re okay and that this doesn’t continue to happen.”

 

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