This homeowner thought the man outside his home was trying to rob him, and he wasn’t wrong.
Police in Berks County say a homeowner shot a man he correctly surmised was trying to rob him.
On Monday, police responded to 12 Long Lane in Boyertown for reports of a man shot to death.
At the scene, they found 52-year-old Robert Stoudt, of Birdsboro, dead outside the residence.
An investigation revealed the homeowner, Andre Vernet, believed someone was at his door to rob him and shot the man before realizing he recognized the suspect.
According to CBS, further investigation led police to uncover a robbery conspiracy plot formed by four people, including the deceased, to rob Vernet. The plot allegedly involved two juveniles, 18-year-old female Breyah Staude, and the deceased, Robert Stoudt.
The two juveniles were detained in a juvenile facility and Staude was arrested. All four are charged with Robbery and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery as well as related charges.
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