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    http://www.wfaa.com/latestnews/stories/012303dnmet3shot.4ef02984.html

    A Far North Dallas resident shot and killed two would-be burglars in a gated community in Far North Dallas on Thursday morning, according to police.

    A 29-year-old man called 911 shortly after 9 a.m. to report hearing someone breaking in through the side door of his townhouse in the 15800 block of Knoll Trail Drive just off the Dallas North Tollway. The resident, who has not been identified, was home with his wife and children at the time.

    Police Sgt. Ken Sprecher said the resident confronted a man in the living room, and the man opened fire.

    The resident retreated into his bedroom, got a handgun and returned fire. The resident was shot in the shoulder and arm and was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he was treated and released.

    One man was dead inside the residence, and a second was found dead near a hedge outside the complex, called Kensington Square. The dead man outside was wearing a red vest, jeans and black boots and had a latex glove on one hand. Another glove lay nearby, and a handgun was lying about 15 feet away.

    Police said they are looking for a possible third suspect who left the scene in a car. The dead men have not yet been identified

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    Good for him!!! I hope he doesn't have to endure any bull**** due to this.

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      Something kinda similar happened around here:

      http://fredericksburg.com/News/FLS/2003/012003/01232003/1043336854

      Frank Hammon,
      WFLS News
      A Spotsylvania teenager is in jail on burglary charges thanks to an observant woman who was armed with a gun.

      Sheriff's Major Howard Smith says the 54-year-old woman was herself a victim of a break in last week. Smith says the woman spotted the same person who she saw running from her home last week at a neighbor's residence at about 2pm yesterday.

      The suspect and an accomplice were confronted by the woman as they tried to leave the house. The first suspect ran but the 16-year-old accomplice remained, staring at the barrel of the woman's handgun until deputies arrived.

      He's charged with burglary and possession of burglary tools.

      Smith doesn't recommend that people do what this victim of crime did, but rather keep an eye on a suspect and call authorities to make the capture.

      Smith says the they know who the other person is and hope to have him in custody soon.
      If we're not supposed to eat animals, why are they made out of meat?

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