Armed Homeowner Leaves Alleged Burglar in Pool of Blood After Opening Fire

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A Texas homeowner shot and wounded a man who entered his home with unknown intentions last week, and he will face no charges after investigators found he was justified in opening fire.

The shooting happened in the city of Beaumont early Friday morning when a man identified as 43-year-old Jason Omar Cruz allegedly entered a home he didn’t belong in.

Officers said Cruz broke in and the homeowner initially reacted by dialing 911, according to KBMT-TV.

But in the South, Midwest and other pockets of sanity in this country, people are aware of the fact they are their own first responders.

The homeowner, whose name has not been released, apparently didn’t feel he had time to wait for police to arrive.

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He retrieved a firearm and shot Cruz, who was found in a pool of his own blood in a bathroom by officers when they made it to the scene.

KBMT-TV reported that officers saved the

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