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ADMIN:  Watch the door kick in.  Think this is your house.  Are you Ready?

A Kentucky homeowner was injured this week when he exchanged gunfire with intruders inside his mobile home, authorities said.

Security video recorded inside the Bowling Green home captured what appeared to be a door being kicked in and four people entering the premises, WBKO-TV reported. The Warren County Sheriff's Office told the station that the homeowner, Austin Orwig, 24, was asleep when the suspects entered the home.

The gunfire exchange occurred when the lead intruder entered the hallway and approached a bedroom where the Orwig was. Several shots were fired, authorities said. A voice can be heard yelling after the suspect fled the scene.


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"We don't know if any of the suspects were injured as well, but the resident himself was taken here locally and then transferred to a Louisville hospital," Warren County Sheriff Brett Hightower told the news station.

 

The department posted the security footage in hopes of locating the suspects.

"It kind of plays into with what the mindset of those individuals was when they forcibly made entry into somebody's home, came in there armed, and attempting to locate somebody and exchanging gunfire with them and shooting somebody it's invaluable to have that type of video footage," Hightower said.

He said the suspects could possibly face attempted murder and first-degree burglary charges.


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And once again. Proof that you don’t need extra ammo weighing down your shotgun. 😳
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1 against 4. I’d rather have the extra ammo personally.
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I get it, no one ever said they wished they had less ammo in a gunfight. I’ve just seen so many of these types of incidents where surveillance cameras caught a homeowner shooting back, it’s always the same. When the first shot rings out, the bad guys scatter like roaches to the light.

All I’m saying is that you don’t want to be the guy lying dead, with a shotgun covered in add on ammo, because the gun was so heavy and cumbersome you were unable to get that critical, fight stopping, first shot off, and the bad guy did.
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I hate it when we don't get follow up on these stories.  The perps had to have fired a gun or why bring up Attempted murder charges.  You can see perp one appears to have a gun in his hands.   Hope they get 'em because these thugs are going to kill someone if not taken off the streets.  As for extra ammo in the house, unlikely to need it but if you are like me and have property and out buildings you could.  I would hate to be empty and still in jeopardy.
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