The authorities said that a teenager faces charges of armed robbery at his home in Florida where two of his associates were killed, killed and wounded.
Chris Nuku, Sheriff of Pasco County, said that the person who shot them was the victim of the owner of the house, who was carrying a gun and used it to defend himself when he confronted the intruders at his home in Wesley Chapel shortly before 1 am.
“In this case, the victim was exercising his right to the second amendment to protect himself in his home,” Nuku said.
Al-Sharif said that Luis Cassado, 21, and Horses of Durham, 21, were injured while walking in a narrow corridor towards the owner of the house. They had guns and covered their faces with black masks.
Nuku said that Jeremiah Tramel, 19, was shot after the fall of Cassado and Durham. He said that he escaped from the house while the owner of the house went to get another pistol to replace the pistol he was in possession of because of his jam.
Nuko said that Trammel did not advance much. A neighbor caught him with a pistol and then held him until the deputies arrived.
Trams were hospitalized to treat the lead wound.
Nuku said Cassado and Durham are “very violent” criminals. He said Tramel had had a previous arrest for charging the battery and other charges.
He said that the shooting took place after the owner of the house heard the glass breaking and holding a pistol. He was at home alone playing video games.
Sharif said the owner of the house believed he might have been targeted because of his group of firearms that he displayed on social media.
Nuku said that the investigation also revealed that the homeowner has a kind of relationship with Tramel, Cassado and Durham that involves “a type of known entity”.
Fox 35 Orlando channel reported that Trammel was accused of stealing the home invasion. He was also charged with murder for the death of Cassado and Durham while committing another crime.