Jason Moore returned home to find a strange car outside. A
concealed-carry license holder, he grabbed a .45-caliber handgun
from his truck and inspected the home, finding the back door kicked
in. Once inside, he spied a man in the bedrodm. He approached
cautiously and spotted another suspect. The second man was holding
Moore's own shotgun. "I fired one round and he went down," Moore
said. "I Immediately dialed 9-1-1 and told them not to move ... I
told them that a lot." The injured suspect complied, but the other
claimed to be a gang member who would have Moore killed. When police
arrived, they informed Moore that the injured suspect was wanted by
U.S. Marshals on drug charges and his accomplice was a suspect in a
homicide. "It's just scary to know that there were two people that
bad in my house and in my bedroom," said Moore.
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