Homeowner Fatally Shoots Alleged Intruder

Homeowner Fatally Shoots Alleged Intruder
Yellow police tape outside of a crime scene. | Image via USA Carry

Dallas police are investigating a shooting death that occurred recently involving a suspect who allegedly threatened to kill a homeowner.

Around 11:03 p.m. on July 30, officers responded to a shooting in the 2600 block of Quinto Drive.

According to a preliminary investigation, a male suspect was allegedly trespassing in the neighborhood and attempted to break into many vehicles.

Before being shot, the unidentified male reportedly threatened to kill a homeowner and charged at the man twice while acting as if he had a weapon.

The suspect was transported to a local hospital, where he later died. The medical examiner will determine the identity of the man.

It is unclear whether the homeowner will face charges. The Dallas Police Department told The Dallas Express that the investigation is ongoing.

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    Need to let the investigation be completed before passing judgment

  2. Ken

    Homeowner ought to be recognized with a city proclamation for reducing crime! Good riddance to bad rubbish!

  3. kevin

    I hope the homeowner gets a lawyer early, cuz he may be interrogated like he was wreckless with his gun. We are in a non gunrights friendly city. Just like many other big cities within America.



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