When an un-named San Antonio homeowner heard two home invaders breaking in through his garage – after a 5:00 a.m. knock at the door – he was already holding a shotgun. One of the bad guys had an AR. And that’s when, according to kens5.com, a full-blown firefight broke out in the kitchen. The homeowner was hit once, but he definitely go the best of the situation. . .
Police said the man met two suspects, armed with a AR-15 assault rifle, in the kitchen and began shooting.
One of the suspects was fatally shot, police said, while the other ran out of the house after being shot in the chest. He ran to a get away vehicle where a woman described as his girlfriend drove him to nearby Northeast Baptist Hospital.
The surviving scumbag took a shotgun blast to the chest and is apparently touch-and-go. His gun moll/girlfriend will probably face charges whether he survives or not. But here’s the good news:
The alleged victim, 28, is not expected to face criminal charges under the Texas Castle Doctrine which allows a homeowner to use deadly force to protect their property. However, the results still have to be submitted to the Bexar County District Attorney’s office and a grand jury for review.