Tampa Man Fights Off Home Intruder

posted on March 24, 2016

A Tampa, Fla., man on Tuesday shot and killed a home intruder who had broken into his residence.

According to a report in the Tampa Tribune, the homeowner was upstairs around 12:45 p.m. when he heard someone trying to enter the back door. Grabbing his gun, he ran downstairs and found a strange man in his kitchen. He then fired several shots at the stranger, who died at the scene.

The homeowner told Tampa Police that he was in fear for his life when he shot the intruder.

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