A neighborhood in Detroit's east side has seen a rash of break-ins
and, according to a 38-year-old professional who lives there, the
residents have decided to do something about it. "I can bet you
everyone on this block has a [firearm], and they're going to defend
themselves," she said. The woman's assertion comes after the
neighborhood's most recent break-in, in which police say a resident
caught the burglar in the act. As the suspect climbed through the
window, the resident fired two shots. The suspect collapsed outside
and died. The incident happened across the street from the
38-year-old's home. "[It's] not good that he's dead, but good that
it sends a message," she said.
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