Armed Citizen Stops Florida Apartment Invasion

posted on May 8, 2017

An Orlando, Fla., apartment resident used a personally owned firearm to stop a home invasion early Thursday morning.

According to local media reports, several armed intruders barged into the apartment just before 3 a.m. Fortunately, the resident was ready to handle the situation.

“Shots were fired between the suspects and the victims,” Orlando police Lt. Daniel Brady told wftv.com. “One of the suspects was critically wounded, and none of the victims were injured.” The wounded home invader was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center for treatment. The other intruders are still being sought by law enforcement.

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