USATwo Knives and a BB gun VS real bullets. heres your sign (karma: 6)
By LMAO Comments: 17381, member since Sun Nov 06, 2005
On Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:20 PM
A man shot and killed a suspected burglar who forced entry into his parents' Montgomery County home Saturday morning, authorities said.
Montgomery County man kills alleged home invader
Suspect's accused accomplice jailed after 911 call
By Anita Hassan
Updated 09:27 p.m., Saturday, March 17, 2012
Houston and Texas
Homeowners told investigators that their adult son was home alone asleep around 7:50 a.m. when he heard what sounded like someone trying to force their way into a side door at the house in the 16000 block of Burklin, authorities said.
He then got out of bed, retrieved a handgun and pressed the panic button of the alarm system. When he walk toward the living room, he was confronted by 29-year-old Claude Lowell Woodard. The homeowners' son fired his pistol three times in Woodard's direction, authorities said.
Woodard fled outside toward the driveway, where he collapsed and later died. Authorities found that he was in possession of at least two knives and a replica BB gun, authorities said.
During this time, another man, later identified as Jason Allen Doster, 36, called 911 to say he had been assaulted and his truck stolen by an unknown man. The vehicle he described matched the description of the suspect's vehicle in the attempted burglary, which deputies had found abandoned under the carport of the burglarized home.
A short time later, Doster arrived at the scene and was questioned. He provided several inconsistent accounts of his story, authorities said.
Upon further interviewing, Doster admitted to driving to the residence with Woodard and to being present during the attempted burglary and shooting, authorities said.
Doster was arrested for burglary of habitation and taken to the Montgomery County Jail.
No charges are being pursued against the homeowners’ son and the case will be referred to the Montgomery County grand jury for review.
Woodard and Doster both have criminal histories in Texas.
3 Replies to Two Knives and a BB gun VS real bullets. heres your sign
|re: Two Knives and a BB gun VS real bullets. heres your sign (karma: 3)
By jukinj3 Comments: 15919, member since Tue Apr 08, 2003
On Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:26 PM
I love a story with a happy ending.
|re: Two Knives and a BB gun VS real bullets. heres your sign (karma: 4)
By naturalizedtexan Comments: 7069, member since Tue Mar 27, 2007
On Fri Apr 06, 2012 12:50 PM
I believe that under Texas law, since Woodard died during the commission of a crime, Doster can now be charged with murder.
|re: Two Knives and a BB gun VS real bullets. heres your sign (karma: 2)
By trainer Comments: 6106, member since Tue Mar 29, 2005
On Fri Apr 06, 2012 01:11 PM
Dumb shits. Probably thought the house was empty.