The Armed Citizen® October 27, 2023

A convicted sex offender was breaking into a woman's house, and ignored her orders to leave. 

by posted on October 27, 2023
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As a 42-year-old man was breaking into a woman’s home, she demanded he leave, but he ignored her commands. In fear for her life, the woman retrieved her firearm and fired a warning shot. The aggressor attempted to disarm her but he she ultimately shot and killed him. The woman was not hurt, and will not face charges, according to reports. It turns out that the man was a registered sex offender, and had been convicted in Utah of attempted forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony. Additionally, according to the Arizona Department of Corrections, the man was convicted of aggravated domestic violence in Pima County, Arizona, in 2014, for which he was sentenced to six months in prison. (; Pima, Arizona; 8/12/23)


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