Officers Find Body of Alleged Intruder After Homeowner Opened Fire

Police officers arrived at the scene of a robbery in Amarillo, Texas, and found the body of a 53-year-old suspected burglar.

ABC7 report The incident happened around 5:30 a.m. Thursday.

When police arrived, they found the body of 53-year-old Cedric Milligan. Police are believed to have tried to force their way in through the back door of the homeowner’s home when the gunman opened fire.

news channel 10 I got it The Amarillo Homicide Unit is investigating the case.

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Texas is one of many states with “Castle Doctrine” laws that allow the use of lethal force within a home in self-defense without the obligation of the homeowner to attempt an evacuation first. is one.

Republican Governor Greg Abbott denied a move in December 2020 to add a withdrawal mandate to the state’s Castle Doctrine. Castle Doctrine does not scale. We do not force Texas homeowners to vacate. Homeowners need to protect themselves now more than ever, especially with the crazy idea of ​​’police cash flow’,” he said. claimed. “We will defend our Second Amendment rights.”

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