Mexican Breaks Into Man’s Home… Immediately Gets SHOT In This State

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HESPERIA, California — A Mexican thug, (most likely an illegal alien) found out that being a burglar isn’t a safe way to make a living. 

An 18 year old Mexican who has been identified as Andres Sanchez of Hesperia tried to break into a house and ended up getting shot by the homeowner.


“At about 10:30 this evening, our deputies responded to a report of a burglary in progress at a residence here on Kern [Avenue]. The deputies arrived to find a male subject down suffering from several gunshots,” Sgt. Hubbard told Victor Valley News.

“Through interviews of the residents there at the location, the deputies determined that a male subject, the subject that had been shot, approached the residence, the homeowner and his family were inside the residence sleeping [and] were awoken by the door being forced open by the subject,” Hubbard said.

The homeowner, a male, engaged in a confrontation at the front door with the subject then was able to retrieve a firearm from inside the residence and shoot the suspect, officials said.

Victor Valley News reports that the intruder was airlifted to a trauma center with serious injuries. However, the condition of the suspect is unknown at this time.

Four children and several others who were inside the home did not sustain injuries, however, the homeowner was treated on scene by paramedics for minor injuries.

A man was placed in handcuffs at the residence where the shooting occurred, however, Sheriff’s officials confirmed he was not the intruder, but did not confirm why he was being detained.

The cul-de-sac where the house is located at is expected to remain closed for several hours while investigators process the scene, according to the paper.

Hesperia homeowner allegedly shoots intruder

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Homeowner Shoots Intruder in Hesperia Interview

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Authorities recovered the gun used during the incident and were continuing to investigate.

There was no immediate word on whether the resident would face any charges in the shooting.

Anyone with information are being asked to call investigators at 760-947-1500.

(Photo Credit: Loudlabs/KTLA)



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