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Carolina man holds three burglary suspects aged 14, 15, and 17 at gunpoint

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zQNSyMYilnc


ASHEBORO, N.C. — Home intruders got an unexpected surprise after breaking into an Asheboro home.

The suspects were met with a gun drawn once they exited the home. Stephen Routh watches over his parent’s home on McKnight street and after getting a call about some unusual people on the property he made his way to see what was going.

Once he arrived, he saw three suspects trying to leave out of the back door.

That’s when he held them at gunpoint and ordered them onto the ground while talking with 911 dispatchers.

“I had the gun and they were coming out, and as soon as they saw the big gun pointed at them, their hands went up," said Routh.

Cell phone video captured the intense moments.

Asheboro police responded to the burglary Sunday afternoon on McKnight Street.

Before the suspects encountered Routh, they ransacked the inside of the home leaving glass shattered everywhere.

“It is a terrible mess — all the drawers are askew, cabinets drawers have been opened, stuff thrown out, papers everywhere,” said Routh as he showed the damages inside the house.

The suspects did not take anything of value before they tried to escape, leaving Routh confused over what the suspects were after.

“They know this is not their home. They know they had no business in here, and they mentioned they just thought they would just go in there and look around,” said Routh.

Routh said the situation could have turned out worse but hopes criminals learn an important lesson from this incident.

“There have been too many instances lately of home invasions and these like this where they get caught. And some people have been shot and killed especially those home invasions … People are not taking this mess anymore,” said Routh.

Asheboro police are actively investigating this case.

https://myfox8.com/2019/02/04/video-show...e-of-home/



'The police said it best - they're lucky I didn't shoot them, cause I had every right to put a bullet in somebody,' Routh said.

'There have been too many instances lately of home invasions like this where they get caught. And some people have been shot and killed.'

'People are not taking this mess anymore.'



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Smileyfud     Tommy     2guns
Violent crime has direct links with home invasions. Here is the most disturbing trend: although crime rates are going down, property crime rates are actually going up.

38% of the assaults that are reported to law enforcement officials happen during the events of a home invasion.
The percentage of rapes that occur because of a home invasion incident: 60%.
Over 2 million homes will experience a break-in or burglary at some point in time in the United States.
It is possible to buy a set of bump keys for less than $20 online and these will unlock 9 out of 10 doors in the United States without difficulty.
No traditional lock is bump proof, but insurance companies regularly deny claims because there is no proof of forced entry to prove a crime was committed.
The estimated number of household burglaries that occur every year: 3.8 million.
7% of all household burglaries results in some form of a violent victimization.
Rates of household burglary were generally lower for higher income households than lower income households.
The most common type of home that experiences a home invasion is a mobile home.
Offenders used an open door or window to gain unlawful entry in 17% of unoccupied residences.
60% of convicted burglars avoid targeting homes with a security system.
Hidden statistics shine a lot of light on the trends of home invasions. Here’s one that is very disturbing: with 2 million homes targeted annually, but 3.8 million household burglaries occurring, the average victim of a home invasion will be a victim not once, but twice. This is why it is so important to make sure your vehicle stays locked when parked outside. Don’t store a spare key somewhere near the door. Always lock up your doors at night and use a deadbolt and an interior chain. Although you may not be able to protect yourself against a bump key, you can add multiple layers of protection that will give you extra time to respond.

https://brandongaille.com/24-surprising-...tatistics/
This is because nothing happens to the perps. Invest in a shotgun. Alarms are ok, but if they want it...they will get in....then what? Pelvis shots are always great.
It’s Not Always Strangers That Commit A Home Invasion

A third of all home invasions occur when someone is at the home.
Offenders were known to their victims in 65% of violent burglaries.
61% of offenders were unarmed when violence occurred during a burglary while a resident was present.
The percentage of home invasions that occur with an offender who is armed with a firearm of some sort: 12%.
Serious injuries accounts for 9% of the total reported victimization incidents that were related to a completed home invasion.
Households residing in single family units and higher density structures of 10 or more units were least likely to be burglarized.
In 18% of reported home invasions, the home owner voluntarily let the offender into the home and another 12% opened the door to have an offender push their way in.
Most home invasions occur as a form of domestic violence. It may be from a close family member, a dear friend, or a trusted associate. 1 out of every 10 family incidents of a home invasion involves a firearm to make sure the crime takes place unimpeded. It’s one of the most dangerous forms of this crime because many family members or close friends are unwilling to report an incident that occurs so that the person can be “protected” from harm. Although noble, the only thing that tends to happen is a build-up of confidence in the intruder. Perhaps that’s why the average victim suffers two home invasions instead of just one.

https://brandongaille.com/24-surprising-...tatistics/
GA Town Requires Gun Ownership...
As the gun control debate rages on, one Georgia town has a local law mandating that “every head of household residing in the city limits is required to maintain a firearm.”

The law was enacted in Kennesaw, Georgia -- a town of about 33,000 people 25 miles northwest of Atlanta -- in 1982, and the community has historically had a low rate of violent crime.
https://insider.foxnews.com/2018/03/10/k...cusses-law
(02-05-2019, 01:57 PM)Papa Clutch Wrote: [ -> ]Carolina man holds three burglary suspects aged 14, 15, and 17 at gunpoint

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zQNSyMYilnc


ASHEBORO, N.C. — Home intruders got an unexpected surprise after breaking into an Asheboro home.

The suspects were met with a gun drawn once they exited the home. Stephen Routh watches over his parent’s home on McKnight street and after getting a call about some unusual people on the property he made his way to see what was going.

Once he arrived, he saw three suspects trying to leave out of the back door.

That’s when he held them at gunpoint and ordered them onto the ground while talking with 911 dispatchers.

“I had the gun and they were coming out, and as soon as they saw the big gun pointed at them, their hands went up," said Routh.

Cell phone video captured the intense moments.

Asheboro police responded to the burglary Sunday afternoon on McKnight Street.

Before the suspects encountered Routh, they ransacked the inside of the home leaving glass shattered everywhere.

“It is a terrible mess — all the drawers are askew, cabinets drawers have been opened, stuff thrown out, papers everywhere,” said Routh as he showed the damages inside the house.

The suspects did not take anything of value before they tried to escape, leaving Routh confused over what the suspects were after.

“They know this is not their home. They know they had no business in here, and they mentioned they just thought they would just go in there and look around,” said Routh.

Routh said the situation could have turned out worse but hopes criminals learn an important lesson from this incident.

“There have been too many instances lately of home invasions and these like this where they get caught. And some people have been shot and killed especially those home invasions … People are not taking this mess anymore,” said Routh.

Asheboro police are actively investigating this case.

https://myfox8.com/2019/02/04/video-show...e-of-home/



'The police said it best - they're lucky I didn't shoot them, cause I had every right to put a bullet in somebody,' Routh said.

'There have been too many instances lately of home invasions like this where they get caught. And some people have been shot and killed.'

'People are not taking this mess anymore.'



Cheer WE NEED MORE OF THIS!! Cheer

Smileyfud     Tommy     2guns

Good for that guy!! Cheer