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January 1, Georgia Homeowner Defends Property, Shoots Brazen Intruder Twice (Video)



In an incident that underscores the importance of self-defense and homeownership rights, a Georgia resident had to shoot an intruder twice during a home invasion, with the assailant seemingly taunting the homeowner after the initial gunshot.

The shocking episode transpired in Fayette County, as reported by WAGA-TV. Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb detailed that the homeowner, upon realizing there was an intruder, swiftly alerted the police. Simultaneously, the residence’s alarm system provider was notifying authorities of a potential break-in.

The homeowner encountered the intruder in the basement and, in a bid to ward him off, gave an initial warning. But when words failed to deter, the homeowner, prioritizing his safety, fired a shot that hit the intruder.

In what seems like a scene from a high-intensity thriller, the homeowner then strategically positioned himself at the top of his staircase on the home’s second floor. Undeterred, the intruder began ascending the stairs. Defiantly, he told the homeowner, “You’re gonna have to kill me.” In response, the homeowner, seeing no other option, fired a second shot.

As officers arrived at the scene, they grappled with the wounded intruder to apprehend him. Subsequent to the altercation, the suspect was transported to a nearby medical facility to treat the gunshot injuries he sustained.

Sheriff Babb disclosed to WAGA that the assailant was not a newcomer to the world of crime. He’s linked to an alarming “string of crimes” which possibly includes a murder committed outside Georgia. Collaborative efforts are underway as Georgia police liaise with their counterparts in the other state concerning the suspect’s criminal background.

Early indicators from the investigation suggest the intruder might have selected the homeowner’s residence randomly. Furthermore, there were indications that he attempted to breach other homes in the affluent neighborhood, fortifying the homeowner’s decision to protect his property.

Authorities are still in the process of delving deeper into the incident. While the identities of both the homeowner and the intruder remain undisclosed at this time, updates are anticipated as the investigation progresses.

Nestled in Georgia’s northern region, Fayette County is home to approximately 120,000 residents, emphasizing the reality that crime can happen anywhere, and the right to self-defense remains paramount.

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  1. LMB

    September 25, 2023 at 7:28 pm

    If your shooting a 9mm, you have to do a double tap to the vitals. The second shot should have been between the eyes, just to make sure he doesn’t get up to harm you!

    • Timothy

      September 25, 2023 at 11:22 pm

      want to know the main reason I don’t live in NYC or any other blue run city/state?

  2. Ron Myers

    September 25, 2023 at 8:14 pm

    Good for the “Home owner”, PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. TOO BAD the 2nd shot was not a “Kill” one.

    • Rattlerjake

      September 26, 2023 at 2:58 pm

      No pat on the back for the homeowner from me! He had the opportunity to eliminate this threat once and for all, but didn’t. Now someone else will suffer because the “injustice” system will let him go.

  3. Hadenough?

    September 25, 2023 at 8:15 pm

    An obvious example of “fake news.” After all, the gun “safety” organizations have assured “we, the people” these kinds of incidents just. don’t. happen. Period. Therefore, the numerous reports we keep hearing about defensive firearm uses MUST BE “fake news,” right?

  4. CrankyOldGeezer.

    September 25, 2023 at 8:27 pm

    My little gun is a .40 and 15 JHP.

    The .45 only hold 12 rounds

  5. Nate

    September 26, 2023 at 8:50 am


  6. Donald Cook

    September 26, 2023 at 3:07 pm

    Proper Gun Control is Hitting what you aim at. Always go for the kill shot.

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