Thugs Break Into Wrong House And Get A Dose Of INSTANT JUSTICE… [VID]

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BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma – One person is in custody after three suspects in a Wagoner County home invasion were shot to death Monday afternoon by the homeowner’s son who opened fire on them with an AR-15, authorities said. 

According to the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office, the suspects’ getaway driver has been arrested. The 21-year-old woman turned herself in at the Broken Arrow Police Department hours after the shooting, saying she had information. Wagoner County investigators interviewed her at the police department and subsequently arrested her.

The suspected getaway driver, 21-year-old Elizabeth Marie Rodriguez, turned herself in hours after the shooting, Fox 25 reported. She was booked in the Wagoner County jail on three counts of first-degree murder and three counts of first-degree burglary.

Investigators haven’t released the names of anyone involved but say the deceased suspects are between 16 and 18 years old. Two of the suspects were armed, according to investigators. One with a knife and the other with brass knuckles.

Sheriff’s spokesman Deputy Nick Mahoney said the suspects entered the home through a glass back door with the intent to burglarize it. It was not immediately clear why they picked that home.

Deputies responded to the home near 9100 S. Clearview Drive around 12:30 p.m. after a report of a possible home invasion with shots fired. Upon arrival, deputies found three suspects dead and the two residents uninjured.

Mahoney said the suspects encountered the homeowner’s 23-year-old son, who opened fire after an exchange of words. Two of the suspects died in the home’s kitchen while a third was found in the driveway.

“They were dressed in black, all had masks on, and all had gloves on,” said Mahoney.

“There was a short exchange of words and then gunfire happened,” he said.

A neighbor down the road said the gunshots sounded like a storm.

“Well, I thought it was thunder, I just heard something, I had the doors closed,” said Leon Simmons.

Two suspects died in the kitchen and a third ran from the home but collapsed and died in the driveway.

Both residents are cooperating with investigators. The homeowner’s son volunteered to go to the sheriff’s office to give a statement.

“Preliminary investigation, it looks like it was self-defense,” said Mahoney.

Residents in the neighborhood say they’ve seen an increase in break-ins recently.

“Within the past six months we’ve had two or three burglaries out here,” said Simmons.

Investigators say it’s too early to know if the suspects are connected to any other burglaries in the Tulsa-Wagoner area.


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