By Bob Owens
Remember the incident in Dayton, Ohio last week where a woman shot and killed a home invader?
It turns out that it wasn’t the first time that this home was targeted by criminals, nor the first time that she’d shot a home invader. Two teens had targeted the same home in 2013 for a home invasion, and she shot one of them when they kicked in the back door.
Her home had been violated in a burglary just a week before the latest incident.
Why does it seem that some homes are targeted more than others?
Because they are!
In some instances, the home is a frequent target because of know illicit or even legal business that transpires on the property, or the guileless homeowner puts out a display of wealth that may as well say, “come rob me,” like leaving the box for a new television or video game system for roadside trash pickup.
In these instances, criminals are looking for specific known or suspected items.
In other instances a home is targeted simply because it looks like an easy mark because of isolation, or perceived ease of access. This lady’s home in Dayton home appears to fall into this latter group:
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Source:: Bearing Arms