The Dallas Police Department is investigating the shooting death of an alleged armed robber that occurred late last night in west Dallas.
Officials say a homeowner was hosting a social gathering in the front yard of a house when three suspects robbed the party at gunpoint. One of the individuals at the party, who police say is a licensed handgun carrier, produced his weapon and shot one of the robbers.
One robber was shot and two others fled the scene. The injured robber was transported to the hospital and pronounced deceased.


Party crashers not welcome.

Armed robber shot, killed by armed man in west Dallas | DFW Scanner

In Texas...

KILLEEN, Texas A homeowner shot and killed a man who tried to break into his house Friday morning, according to Killeen police.
Police spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez said James Centron Taylor Mitchell, 18, forced his way into the home on Corinne Dr. a little before 10 a.m.
The homeowner fired multiple gunshots at the man who then ran away.
Police arrived a short time later and found Mitchell with a gunshot wound on Woodlake Dr.
He was taken to Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center where he was pronounced dead


Shooting victim found at Killeen home | kcentv.com

In Florida...


BRADENTON, Fla. A sleeping man woke up to find a stranger pointing a pistol at his head, deputies say.
It happened just after 11 a.m. Friday on 27th Street West in Bradenton.
Investigators say the intruder went into the man's house, fired the gun next to his head, and began to pistol whip him.
The man fought back.
During a scuffle, deputies say the intruder dropped the pistol -- allowing the homeowner to grab it and shoot him.
The homeowner then ran next door for help.
When authorities showed up, they found a pistol and the back door open. But, they say they couldn't find the intruder who was shot.
With the help of a drone and K-9 unit, they spotted a man, believed to be the intruder, on the ground outside a nearby condo building. He was unresponsive


Deputies: Man shoots, kills intruder during Bradenton home invasion | wtsp.com