Burglary Suspect Shot & Killed

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    Burglary Suspect Shot & Killed

    After suffering a burglary myself and not knowing who did it, this is refreshing news. The burglar won't be plying his trade anymore and the tax payers are not going to lose money over this thugs trial and incarceration.

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    I know who burglarized my house, and after he got parole he shipped off to Ohio. They welcome to him.
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    ...he may be elected to public office up there

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    Right on .
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    Does not sound like a good shoot to me.
    Sheriff Kelly says 33-year-old Keith Rutter was shot and killed by a relative of the homeowner after he exited the house.

    Witnesses told Sheriff's Detectives that Rutter was seen walking up the road in front of the burglarized residence, then cutting over the hill next to the residence.
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    That is no information at all. I can't make meaningful comment based on that story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerJ View Post
    Does not sound like a good shoot to me.
    Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerJ View Post
    Does not sound like a good shoot to me.
    It does have the air of a bad shoot.

    However, the witnesses say they saw the perp going to the house. Maybe they have some knowledge about him and what he has been doing.

    My "burglar" was in our home for probably 10-15 minutes. We came home from Church that Sunday and I found the back door pried open. I believe he was running out the front door as I discovered the point of entry. Had I been armed at the time and saw him running out of my home with my guns in his hands, I would have shot him dead right there and have no qualms about it. I understand the disgust of seeing someone stealing after busting into a residence. It's the feeling of violation and the anger that a person feels with that violation. You have to be a victim of it to really know how it feels.

    There is absolutely no excuse whatsoever and if the perp should get popped center mass and die, then it is one of the things a robber should consider. He should not have committed a burglary in the first place. Take chances like that and yes, you could die. That's just the fact.

    I hope it is a good, clean shoot. Maybe the burglar who did my home will do it again and get shot in the process.
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    One less creep to worry about because I bet he'd do it again if he hadn't gotten caught.

    It does sound iffy for the guy who shot him though. I hope he won't spend any time in jail for that.
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    UPDATE

    Dead Burglar Tied to Unsolved Burglaries

    Career thief P. J. Rutter, now retired has been linked to other unsolved crimes. Some have hinted that this was not a good shoot. Apparently he has been doing this for sometime until his number came up and he's taking an eternal dirt nap.

    He won't be doing much burglary where he is currently residing.

    UPDATE: Sheriff Says Burglary Suspect's Death Solved Crimes
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