Deranged Thug Drives Car into Family Home, Assaults Wife, Homeowner Shoots Him Dead
Suspect rammed car into KFC before smashing into Oklahoma 2A patriots' residence
When a deranged motorist drove his car into an Oklahoma family home, he crossed a line.
But when he proceeded to get out of his car, invade the home, and assault the homeowner's wife, he'd come to the end of the road.
Before he met his inevitable demise in the early hours of Tuesday morning, the suspect had rammed his vehicle through a KFC restaurant, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) said.
He then drove through the yards of several different properties before finally backing into a home in the 1100 block of S. 5th Street in Chickasha.
The homeowner, whose residence the suspect smashed into, ventured outside to investigate the crash just before 5 a.m.
He discovered the wrecked car had plowed into his property and the motorist was banging on a neighbor's windows, the agency said.
With that, the suspect went up on the homeowner’s porch, burst into the residence, and assaulted the wife, who was inside the home, OSBI reported.
However, the homeowner had already begun to exercise his Second Amendment rights and had a gun at the ready.
When the thug forced his way into the home and attacked the homeowner's wife, he was promptly shot dead, the agency said.
The suspect died at the scene, OSBI reported.
The homeowner called Chickasha police after fatally shooting the still-unidentified suspect, the agency said.
OSBI said it's still investigating, and that the homeowners are cooperating with the agency.
Nearly 200 commenters on the OSBI Facebook page sang praises for the 2A patriot homeowner.
Needless to say, they had little sympathy for the suspect.
Here's a sampling:
- "Got what he deserved sounds like," one commenter said.
- "I’m so glad Oklahoma has such good laws that we can defend ourselves," another commenter wrote.
- "Man has a right to protect his castle....Tough living with the results 'cause no one wants to take a life, but sounds like he had no choice and done what he had to do," another commenter declared.
Another Oklahoma homeowner — a 69-year-old who lives in Bokoshe near the Arkansas border — said just last week a man assaulted him inside his own home, exited, and then tried to re-enter the residence.
But by that point, the victim retrieved his gun and ended up shooting the alleged attacker dead.
Lt. Paul Moss, a LeFlore County Sheriff’s Department investigator, said the Bokoshe homeowner "has made the claim of self-defense."