Off-Duty Mississippi Officer Stops Home Invasion

posted on February 11, 2016

A criminal who kicked in the door of a Southaven, Miss., home on Monday was met with enough force to put him in the hospital.

Off-duty police officer Brian Falatko was visiting his children at the residence when an intruder kicked in the back door and tried to enter the home. According to police reports, Falatko pulled his gun and shot the man in the shoulder, ending the home invasion. 

The suspect was taken to a local hospital and is expected to survive. Meanwhile, police continue to investigate the incident.

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