A homeowner in Tennessee shot two intruders, killing one, Friday night after the men tased the family’s dog and held their teenage son at gunpoint, authorities said.
Officials in Murfreesboro answered not long before 8:30 p.m. to the home in the 100 block of January Road and found a covered man with numerous shot injuries at the front entryway of the home, the Murfreesboro Police Division said.
The supposed interloper, recognized as 52-year-old Kevin Passage, was articulated dead at the scene.
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The other interloper, recognized as 42-year-old Clifford Wright, was situated at the Salvation Armed force on Central avenue with different discharge wounds, police said.
Detectives said a preliminary investigation revealed that Ford and Wright broke into the family’s home through the front door while both wearing gloves and masks.
The men tased the family’s dog and held their teenage son at gunpoint before the homeowner grabbed his own gun, police said. The homeowner then shot the intruders several times.
Three people were in the home at the time of the incident, according to authorities. No injuries among the victims were immediately reported.
Wright was treated at a medical clinic prior to being delivered and brought to prison. He has to deal with penalties of exasperated thievery.
endeavored disturbed burglary, sentenced criminal possessing a gun and ownership of a gun during the commission of a rough crime.
Wright is being held at the Rutherford Region Grown-up Detainment Place on a $700,000 bond. He is set to show up in Rutherford District General Meetings Court on June 5.