Skip to comments.'I just shot the man': Boy, 14, kills intruder after gang of FOUR men try to break into house (NC)
Posted on 01/12/2012 7:04:53 PM PST by marktwain
Yet another teen has used deadly force to protect his home from intruders.
Police in North Carolina revealed a 14-year-old boy shot dead an intruder attempting to break into his home while he and his sister were alone.
The teen opened fire with a shotgun while his 17-year-old sister hid in a closet as a gang of men attempted to smash their way into their home.
Investigators released a 911 call with the teen calmly describing how he shot the intruder.
In the call, the teen, says: 'I just shot the man. He came around the corner. I shot him. He broke the whole glass out (of the back door).'
He continues: 'I don't know how many it was (who broke in). Just one came around the corner. I got one more in the chamber. I'm going to shoot again,' the boy said.
The incident took place two days before 18-year-old Sarah McKinley shot and killed an intruder breaking into her home in Oklahoma
While on the phone with 911, the young mother shot and killed one of the intruders with a 12-gauge shotgun after he forced his way inside her home.
The teen, who was told to do what she could to protect her three-month-old baby, has been flooded with messages of praise from well wishers.
In the North Carolina incident, police said the 14-year-old and his sister were at home in the rural town of Henderson when four men tried to break into the house.
Michael Anthony Henderson Jr, 19, was shot dead.
He staggered away from the house and collapsed where he was found by police.
His brother Seneca, 20, and one other man Andrew Terry, 23, have already been charged in the case.
Police are still searching for a third man named as 21-year-old Jatwaun Davis.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Interesting that these stories are gaining international attention.
WAY TO GO KID!!
The comments on the article are so supportive of the young man that the Daily Mail posted "We are no longer accepting comments on this article."
Are they afraid Yankee (Southern) ingenuity will make its way over the pond?
Pictures and interesting comments.
Nothing like good gun control.
Man some n***a or n***az had just broke into my spot and made a come up I had just left so I was being watched but if I would have Ben here it would have Ben the same song since 2012 started it Ben nuthin but jack n going on in the H these n***az ain't got hustle these days and they watch these movies and listen to this music and think they bout bout til something like this happens and it really brings a reality check ain't nobody haven that shit bra 14year olds laying n***az down anybody can kill you man women or child for what you dew to them physical or mental watch what you dew to people and the way you talk to People cause you might not live to regret it
I'm guessing he isn't a Headstart graduate. Anybody fluent in this "language"?
Yah I thought I remembered that good Amish name “Jatwaun” from before http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2829122/posts
Sounds like some of the “technical” people I run into a lot and somehow get and keep a job.
Everyone should be proud that a kid was home alone and had to deal with this situation? Where the hell is the 2 parents?? One parent???? Where the heck was the person that was supposed to be responsible for this child, who has access to a shotgun? Where the fludging palacitude is the father and the mother?
In all seriousness, I’ve seen summaries from computer programs that “read” arbitrary news articles that communicated better than that collection of words.
I speak jive.
Good shooting, Citizen. Civilization thanks you.
>> I got one more in the chamber. I’m going to shoot again,’<<
That is a child that has been brought up well!
I don’t know... something about that comment sounds contrived. The usage and correct spelling of “hustle” and “reality check” seem out of place in a comment that otherwise reads like a cue for Barbara Billingsley to begin conversing in “Jive”. Maybe it’s just auto-spellcheck helping out.
He was with his 18 year old sister. He wasn’t home alone.
Did you read the article? The boy was 14 and his sister was 17. My parents used to hire a 9 year old girl to babysit us when they went out for the evening. At the time, there were four of us, ranging in ages from 2 to 7. I suppose my parents should have been locked up. But this was in Wyoming, mid-1950’s. Kids were taught a little more responsibility in those days.
Oh come on, a 17 year old and a 14 year old are perfectly well left home alone.