I don't know if y'all caught this yesterday, but it seems that some teenaged boys decided to burgle a home while the elderly residents were in the home (yeah, it was a home invasion). The woman, in her 60s had been targeted before and asked her older brother to stay over for a couple of days. The teens broke in with predictable results.
The widow in the home had been burgled twice before, and the news article states that fingerprints from one of the deceased burglars was matched to one of the previous break-ins. They were killed as they terrorized an elderly woman, yet again.The police are saying that fingerprints of one of the deceased youths match up with fingerprints that were found inside fhe home from a previous burglary. Of course, the teen's sister is upset.
Family and friends of two teenage boys shot and killed inside a home they had broken into are speaking out.Uuh, sorry, sweetie, but they did deserve to be killed. Breaking into an inhabited home is very dangerous and almost all the states give a homeowner great leeway in defending the residence. In this particular case, two young predators decided to break in and terrorize an elderly couple, and it went very bad for them. I don't have a problem with that. The old folks did what they had to do.
“They didn’t deserve to get killed,” said the sister of 14-year-old Michael Sambrano.