Concealed Carrier Saw His Neighbor Under Attack When He Did the Most Courageous Thing Ever

November 28, 2015 in News by D

If you’re a criminal in America you’ve got to be pretty brave to want to commit a crime. As America is the world’s leader in concealed carry permits criminals have to bank on the possibility their crime is going to be met with armed resistance.

Obviously that’s why the second amendment exists, for the preservation of life and liberty.

Criminals should take that in mind when attempting to take things that aren’t theres.

And not just because the homeowner might have a gun…but because their neighbors might have one.

A neighbor shot and killed a suspect during an attempted home invasion late Saturday night in north Harris County.

Neighbors say just after 10 p.m. Saturday, four to eight men in two cars parked on the side of the street near Auronia Drive and Park Talon Drive. They say the men got out of the cars and forced their way into one of the homes.

A neighbor who was walking on the sidewalk witnessed the incident, pulled his gun and confronted the suspects before shooting one of them. The suspect tried shooting back but missed the neighbor. The suspect died at the scene.

Neighbors believe the suspect who died was driving a stolen white car. The other suspects jumped into an SUV and left the scene.

One man was at home during the incident and was not injured.

Need any more proof you don’t mess with Texas?

While it’s not the most tactically sound decision to take on anywhere from 4-8 people when you’re all by your lonesome this gentleman obviously had the element of surprise on his side.

At the end of the day this is exactly why our collective rights to bear arms should not be infringed.

One can only guess what the outcome of this situation might have been if this heroic man hadn’t intervened in the situation.