The burglar evidently believed the first break-in of
57-year-old Floyd Williams' Lovington, New Mexico, home had been
such an easy job that he returned just a week and a half later.
During the first incident, the suspect beat Williams with a pipe,
laying a three-inch gash across his head. But in the second
burglary, Williams was ready, armed with a .25-cal. pistol. When
the intruder broke through the front door, the homeowner fired,
striking him in the leg. The wounded house-breaker ran to a car,
and he and his accomplice fled the scene. Two months later, police
discovered the body of the fatally wounded suspect in a ditch, where
it was allegedly dumped by his accomplice after the man died from
Williams' shot during their getaway. The accomplice was found and
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