It Was the Intruder That Called 911 After He Broke into This Ohio Home and Was Shot by the Homeowner

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Randy Estrada (Source: Toledo Police)

The anti-gun crowd likes to tell us that 911 is all we need when a criminal breaks into our home.  But in this case it was the intruder who ended up calling 911 after the homeowner shot him.

In the middle of the night Antione Garret, 34, and his girlfriend were asleep when they awoke to the sound of shattering glass.  Garret ran downstairs and saw the intruder climbing through the window of his house.

He grabbed his handgun and fired several shots, striking the intruder multiple times.   Randy Estrada, 21, climbed right back out of the window and attempted to flee.  He called 911 telling the police he had been shot (of course leaving out that he was shot while invading someone’s home).  Estrada is now hospitalized and is expected to survive his injuries.

But as soon as the crook is released from the hospital he will be charged and given a new bed that is not quite as comfortable.  Watch the news video of what happened.


“If someone’s breaking into your house and you fear for your safety, you have the right to defend yourself and your family. And in this case, that’s what we believe Mr. Garret has done,” said Sgt. Joe Heffernan with the Toledo Police Department.

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