Home Invader Killed By Armed Homeowner In Tennessee
By Bob Owens
James Melvin Vinson, 40, had an eight-year criminal career terminated by a homeowner defending his family.
A homeowner shot and killed an intruder who broke into their East Knox County residence on Wednesday morning.
According to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office, the homeowner living at 1001 Randles Road woke up to the sound of broken glass from the front window.
Deputies say the he fired one round from a gun, from the bedroom to the living room.
The intruder, later identified as James Melvin Vinson, 40, was struck and fell backward onto the porch, according to preliminary reports from deputies. Vinson died as a result of his injuries.
It’s sad when anyone decides to pursue of life of crime, as they often end up hurting many people before they are either brought to justice or sent to the morgue. Vinson had been involved in a life of drugs and crime for the past eight years before finally targeting the wrong home for burglary.
The homeowner in this instance had the good sense to …read more
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