Monday, June 24, 2013

TX:Police: Rosenberg homeowner opens fire on teenaged burglary suspect

This is a followup story with more details.

At 19 years old, Arrona is already a convicted felon, and shouldn't have been carrying a gun when police say he tried to break into this house on Memorial Day Eve.


A flashlight caught his eye. After a closer look, Sosa recognized a young man wearing light colored clothes as one of his neighbors. The trouble? The house the young man was trying to get inside didn't belong to him. Sosa called the property owner, who arrived with his own gun.

"There were six, seven gunshots," Payne said.

More Here Sosa ran across the street to join his neighbor when he arrived to confront Arrona. He said Arrona had a gun and pointed the weapon at the homeowner before shots were fired.


Wireless.Phil said...

Why The AR-15 Is More Than Just A Gun
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Wireless.Phil said...

Who in their right mind would want a stinky tennis shoe?

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