Botched home invasion ends with teen suspect shot, 5 in custody

Greenville, NC

Give Me Liberty

H/T Guns.com.

It is a shame all five of these hoodrats did not assume room temperature.

Left to right: Tzyire Cantley, Darryl Blunt, Nyshiem Cantley, Nasym Harris (Photo: WITN)

A 17-year-old boy was shot after he broke into a Greenville, North Carolina, home Monday afternoon and now he and his four accomplices – all 18 and under – are all in police custody.

The homeowner said he was remotely alerted to the break-in by an alarm and camera system around 2:45 p.m. and as he headed home, he called the police to inform them of the crime in progress. The man arrived at his home before authorities and was approached by the group of teens, prompting him to open fire.

The suspects fled from the home, but one was immediately caught by responding deputies. A second suspect, Corey Jones, Jr., who was shot in the arm by the homeowner, was…

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Author: Lisa the Infidel

I am an #Infidel - born and bred North Carolina.

2 thoughts on “Botched home invasion ends with teen suspect shot, 5 in custody”

  1. Thoroughly agree, Lisa, “It’s a shame…” How much will be spent, now, housing them, providing defense counsel, etc.? Although, with [the homeowners’] cameras in use, seems as though this should move through the legal system quickly [you and I both know that that won’t happen, however]. When are family members going to start chiming in “Deys gud boys. Deys fixin’ on starting dare’s medicals sails jobs sune. But deys racccciiiissssst camers dun ruinz deys liff.” Whatever. It’s all just getting so old at this point. My give a dayum supply is empty and there is no chance it will ever be refilled / replaced.

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