Posted February 4, 2017 7:15 pm by Comments

By James England

ROSEVILLE, MICHIGAN — On Sunday of this past week, a homeowner encountered a man breaking into his home and fatally shot him. Police came to the residence, closed off the scene, and began their investigation. In the course of that investigation, the homeowner was detained until the prosecutor could decide whether or not to go ahead with pressing charges.

As of that Wednesday, they released him and the prosecutor for Macomb County released the following statement:

via Michigan Live

“After due deliberation the (Macomb County) Prosecutors Office has declined to bring forth any charges against the homeowner who fired the fatal shot in this incident,” Berlin said in a statement Wednesday. “The homeowner, who has been held since this incident occurred, has been released from custody.”

The whole scenario of a homeowner shooting an intruder is nothing new anywhere in the country. We publish stories covering those topics at least several times a week. However, the part of this story that grabbed my attention was the length of the duration of that custody.

If the crime occurred around 10 p.m. on Sunday and he was released on Wednesday, he was held somewhere in the vicinity of almost three full days before getting released. …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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