Skip to comments.2nd suspect identified in Lawrence Co. home invasion
Posted on 09/27/2013 3:43:19 PM PDT by marktwain
LAWRENCE COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -
Lawrence County authorities have identified the second suspect in a Tuesday morning home invasion that left one man dead.
Thirty-four year old Michael Alford of Brookhaven is wanted for questioning and you should call the Lawrence County Sheriff's office, at 601-587-2961, if you see him.
The incident happened at a mobile home on Henry Cox Road just outside the Monticello city limits.
Sheriff Joel Thames says dispatchers received a call from David Maxwell at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday. Maxwell said his dog was barking and it woke him up. When he got up to investigate, he found a man in his kitchen and shot him.
"I heard him, he had a nail bar and he tried to pry the door open," Maxwell said. "I walked to the bedroom door with my shotgun. I just waited and he stuck his head in the door. He came in the door, he turned his headlight around on me and I shot him."
When deputies arrived on the scene, they found Matthew James Javor, 30, of Ruth, dead on Maxwell's back porch.
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What a nice story after reading the sad one about Jim Robinson
Scum Whites: Nice to know all home intruders get killed everywhere. Gives life some sort of balance.
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