[Video] Detroit Revolution: Multiple Armed Homeowners Fought Back Against Criminals Last Week
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|# of Suspects:||Multiple||Shots Fired:||Multiple|
|Suspect Killed:||No, Yes||State:||MI|
I’m sure most of you saw the story last week about the Detroit mother who used a semi-automatic Hi-Point rifle to defend herself, her home and her children against three armed home invaders (if not, Click Here).
Well, now it seems even more Detroit residents are refusing to be victims. According to WXYZ,
Three different homeowners in Detroit used guns to defend themselves against intruders this week.
Two suspects were shot and killed.
“I think it’s just a matter of the individual homeowners protecting themselves and finally catching up with the criminals in that enough is enough and they aren’t going to take it anymore,” said Detroit Police Deputy Chief Rodney Johnson.
The first incident was the mother which we already told you about. The second incident occurred when two men invaded a home and physically assaulted a homeowner. That homeowner was able to gain access to a firearm and shoot and kill one of the suspects before they could inflict serious physical harm.
The next incident featured a quick thinking woman. Also according to WXYZ,
The second incident happened around 12:30 Saturday morning on Abington on Detroit’s west side. A woman had just pulled her car into the garage when a man with a gun appeared out of nowhere. She dropped her keys on the ground as a distraction and then reached for her own gun and shot and killed him.
We are coining this drastic rise in defensive gun uses in the Motor City “The Detroit Revolution”. Hopefully other residents will exercise their rights and take back their city from the rampant crime that has been allowed to grow there in recent decades.