The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA, 10/30/03
Thursday, January 1, 2004
Norman Woodall shot and killed one of two men who broke into his
home around 1:40 a.m. Woodall told police that one of the men had
been armed with a gun when the two kicked open his front door and
stormed in, apparently intending to rob him. Woodall struggled with
the would-be robbers and fired his own gun, striking one of the men
in the face and causing the second man to flee. The wounded
assailant, later identified as Darnell Woodward, was pronounced dead
at the scene.
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