San Antonio Homeowner Fatally Shoots Intruder Who Refused to Leave


Early Sunday morning, a homeowner in San Antonio, Texas, took drastic action to protect himself and his wife from an alleged intruder who refused to leave their property. According to reports, the intruder, a 47-year-old man, first appeared at the front door of the residence around 1:00 a.m. and was told to leave by the homeowner.

However, the intruder returned to the scene, prompting the homeowner to ask him to depart once again. When the intruder ignored the warning and continued to linger, the homeowner and his wife heard strange noises coming from the backyard. Upon investigating, they encountered the same individual, who allegedly lunged at the homeowner.

In a split second, the homeowner grabbed his shotgun and stood his ground, accompanied by his wife. As the intruder approached, the homeowner fired one shot, striking the intruder and ultimately proving fatal. Police have confirmed that the homeowner’s actions were motivated by a desire to protect his wife’s safety.

AWR Hawkins
AWR Hawkins
AWR Hawkins is one of the preeminent 2nd amendment journalists having racked up a series of high profile awards in the space. The Second Amendment Foundation named him Journalist of the Year 2015; Gun Rights Defender of the Year 2016; and Journalist of the Year 2017. He was named 2019 Journalist of the Year at the 34th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, and Gun Rights Defender of the Year at its 2020 conference.

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