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Jones then called 911. When Boone County deputies arrived, they found the basement door ajar but the intruder’s body was gone.
A short time later Kenton County Police responded to a call of a man who had been shot and found a deceased man and two others in a 2001 Chevrolet Impala.
The two people with him were brought back to Boone County and later admitted they were involved in the burglary, authorities said. Ryan Dalton, 22 and Donnie Inabnit, 20, both of Dry Ridge, Ky., were arrested and charged with second-degree burglary and tampering with physical evidence. Authorities said they removed Maxwell’s body from Jones’ home and drove away.
"To those who didn’t get all the facts, he shot him with a .22 and it wasn’t a lucky shoot, he shot him in the heart. What they left out was he also had 90 head of cattle rustled along with a TV and his other gun from four other burglaries.
“I’ve been robbed so much in the past five weeks, I said it’s going to have to be a message to the people. The only way you going to stop this is you have to leave one laying in the grass. That‘s the only way you’re [going to] stop it,” Jones said.
He was mad and scared for his life, so he waited till the guy kicked the door in and put one center mass, right in the heart. IMHO he is my kind of man, proof of why we need the 2nd amendment."
Originally posted by Murgatroid
It takes a ninety year old and one shot with a 22 to do what it takes 6 police officers and 46 shots to do.
Way to go Earl!
Originally posted by SaturnFX
I would have shot a thigh or something..but meh. its a valid shot, don't go into peoples homes uninvited.