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    Thumbs up Suspected Robber Dies In Struggle With Homeowners

    All I can say is good job.

    Suspected Robber Dies In Struggle With Homeowners - News Story - KXAS | Dallas


    Suspected Robber Dies In Struggle With Homeowners
    Second Suspected Robber Critically Injured

    POSTED: 6:32 am CDT September 3, 2008
    UPDATED: 11:04 am CDT September 3, 2008


    FORT WORTH, Texas -- One suspected robber is dead and another is in critical condition at John Peter Smith Hospital after two homeowners fought back during a home invasion.


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    Police said the two men broke into two homes Tuesday night -- one in north Fort Worth and the other two miles away in Blue Mound.

    At about 11:10 p.m., the men -- both armed with shotguns --entered the Fort Worth home in the 2600 block of Calico Rock Drive through an open garage and confronted a 38-year old homeowner and his wife in their bedroom, police said.

    The men took a police radio, a laptop, the victim's wallet, a jewelry box and the victim's red Honda Odyssey.

    Children were inside the house asleep and were not harmed. No injuries were reported in the first robbery.

    The second robbery happened at about 12:23 a.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of Globe Avenue.

    Keith Hoehn, 34, and his wife, Kellie, tell police the intruders kicked in their front door and pointed a shotgun at Kellie Hoehn's head. She brushed the barrel aside, and a struggle ensued, which spilled out into the front yard. The husband disarmed the armed intruder and shot both.

    Dakota Benoit, 21, died at the scene. John Pierson, 25, ran away on foot but was later apprehended in the 2600 block of Lou Menk Drive.

    It is unlikely that the homeowner in this incident will face any charges, police said.
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    +1 for those homeowner! Would have been easier if they had a defensive tool at there ready but props for fighting back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimberPB View Post
    +1 for those homeowner! Would have been easier if they had a defensive tool at there ready but props for fighting back.
    I was thinking the same thing. I am glad it came out in their favor but I would rather not face an armed assault with out having a firearm. It turned out good this time but odds are that in most cases the unarmed home owner would be the one dead.
    Last edited by HK4U; 09-03-2008 at 04:54 PM.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Being willing to fight back makes you the weapon,a gun would have been nice.Today people are told to give in and maybe they will not hurt you. BS

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    The last sentence of the article says that it is unlikely that the homeowners will face charges. Well, this being Texas, I wouldn't bet the farm on it. Good job, homeowners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    The last sentence of the article says that it is unlikely that the homeowners will face charges. Well, this being Texas, I wouldn't bet the farm on it. Good job, homeowners!
    I would especially being in Texas! Remember Horn. They refused to be victims and they were lucky!
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    good for them! stupid A'holes got what they deserved!
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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    Glad the "innocent" did not get hurt. Bet the two bad guys did not see that coming!
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    If it weren't for the prohibition on the open carrying of handguns, I would seriously consider moving to Texas later on in life. When you consider that it is shall issue, allows the unlicensed open carrying of long guns, and the fact that it has perhaps the best self defense laws in America, it's no surprise why any freedom lover would want to relocate there. Keep up the good work, Texas!

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