Titus Davis and his family arrived back at their
Fayetteville, North Carolina, home one Monday night to find a broken
window pane in the front door and, inside, a VCR, television set and
other items piled on the living room floor. Resolving to
investigate, Davis retrieved a rifle from the trunk of his car and
entered the house. "When he opened the closet door, the suspect
lunged at him, and [Davis] started shooting," said Cumberland County
Sheriff's Capt. Freddy Johnson. Davis's shots fatally wounded his
attacker who had been armed with a handgun.
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