South Carolina Home Owner Protects Family Against Home Invader

According to Mechanicsville, South Carolina’s local media reports, two armed men broke into a home occupied by two females, an 11 year old boy, and an adult male. The armed men physically assaulted the two women and struck the young boy over the head with their gun. One of the suspects also shot and killed the family dog.

Woken up by the commotion, the adult male homeowner was able to access a gun and started firing at the two intruders. The suspects fled the scene. One was found dead near the property and the other was arrested soon after the disturbance. 

According the Carolina Live, the surviving suspect is charged with Burglary to the First Degree, three accounts of Assault and Battery Second Degree, and Criminal Conspiracy. Honestly, I think he should be charged with murder as well. 

The homeowner will not be facing any charges. 

Yet again, a good guy with a gun saves the lives of loved ones. This just goes to show, guns are not evil. It is the people who are carrying them. If put in the exact situation, wouldn’t you want a gun to save your life as well as your family’s? 

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2 thoughts on “South Carolina Home Owner Protects Family Against Home Invader

  1. Thank you for posting stories like this. It is a reality check. We live in a world where evil does exist. God forbid we ever encounter it but if we do we have a choice. We can be ready to put it in its place or be destroyed by it. I for one choose to be ready. I refuse to go without a fight. Evil will only grow stronger and more rampant if never met with resistance.

    • Definitely! People choose to live in ignorance. You’re 100% correct- evil does exist and it will only get worse if people choose to pretend that it isn’t there. Real life isn’t like the movies. Armed robbers, thugs, and sexual predators don’t just have a heart-to-heart with you and decide that they no longer want to hurt you. Police don’t just appear with the snap of a finger. You have to be prepared for every scenario. People say we’re paranoid because we don’t feel safe without a gun. I’m not paranoid, I am realistic. Bad things happen to good people and if I ever have to be put in a situation like that, I will thank God for being ‘paranoid’.

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