Home Invaders Attack Residents with Mace, Get Head Blown Off by 2A Patriot Homeowner
Thug found dead on porch with fatal gunshot wound to the head
When a home invader thought that entering a person's home and attacking the residents was a good idea, little did he realize that his epic mistake was about to scrub him from the gene pool for good.
According to sheriff's deputies, two men targetted a residence in the 400 block of Sequoia Drive in Jefferson County, Missouri.
The homeowner told the deputies that the men approached the property after midnight Thursday and knocked on the door.
Deputies said the homeowner knew something wasn't right when he asked who was there, KSDK-TV reported.
An unfamiliar voice replied and the doorknob began shaking, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
At this point, the homeowner realized that those outside were trying to enter the residence and he may need to defend himself and his loved ones.
Thankfully, the homeowner is a Second Amendment patriot and was prepared to exercise his God-given constitutional rights as a law-abiding American.
He then grabbed his revolver as he anticipated dealing with his unwelcome guests.
According to the Post-Dispatch, citing court documents, the homeowner opened the door and saw two men standing on the porch with masks on.
One of the thugs then reached inside the home and sprayed mace, the paper said.
The homeowner said he was hit with the mace, KSDK reported.
It was at this point that the invader had crossed a line that he would never walk away from.
The homeowner took action to defend his home and the people inside by firing multiple gunshots at the men in self-defense.
He then ran into a room, where his other family members were hiding, to call 911.
The station said the homeowner assumed the men ran off.
He was almost right.
One of them managed to flee, temporarily.
The mace-spraying thug, however, was found in a heap on the porch with a bullet hole in between his eyes.
The only way he was getting out of there was in the back of the coroner's van.
Deputies said they arrived at the residence around 1:40 a.m. to find a man lying on the doorstep with his head blown off, KSDK reported.
The sheriff's office said the criminal died at the scene.
The deceased was identified as 36-year-old Wayne Roam of House Springs and determined to be one of the suspects involved in the incident, the station added.
Deputies told KSDK they saw an SUV drive slowly past the home just minutes after their arrival.
Citing court documents, The Post-Dispatch said deputies stopped the vehicle and questioned the driver and a front-seat passenger.
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The two men had "conflicting stories" about why they were in the area and deputies noticed the passenger's shirt had red stains on it, believed to be blood, charging documents said.
The passenger was later identified as 29-year-old Sean Ramsey, of Festus.
He and the driver were arrested on outstanding warrants at the scene.
Ramsey is now facing charges with second-degree murder because a death occurred during a crime, charges said.
He was also charged with first-degree burglary and third-degree assault.
The homeowner was not arrested.
Sheriff Dave Marshak said this incident seems to be targeted, KSDK reported.
He added that investigators don't believe there is any danger to the public.