Armed Texas Man Stops Home Invasion

posted on May 17, 2016

An Odessa, Texas, man used his firearm to stop another man who crashed his way into the homeowner’s house early Sunday morning.

According to local police, the homeowner was awakened by his wife after she heard a banging noise coming from the front door, the release stated. Once awake, he heard someone banging on the door and the door frame began to crack.

When the unknown man got through the door and began to rush him, the homeowner shot him, ending the attack. The intruder was taken to a nearby hospital but did not survive his wounds.

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