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Crime Vancouver homeowner fatally shoots intruder, police say

16:45  14 february  2020
16:45  14 february  2020 Source:   oregonlive.com

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A homeowner shot and killed an intruder overnight in Vancouver, police say.

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Initial reports indicated the intruder broke into an occupied home in the 6000 block of Southeast Beach Drive, Vancouver police said early Friday. The homeowner confronted the intruder and shot him, according to police.

The intruder died at the scene. The homeowner and his family weren’t hurt.

Authorities are investigating.

No one involved has been publicly identified, and police have not released additional details about the incident.

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Knife-wielding man fatally shot by deputies at Orange County furniture store .
A man was fatally shot by Orange County deputies after he was hit by two cars and then ran into a furniture store and threatened employees with a knife, officials said. Officials with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said they were called to a La-Z-Boy furniture store on East Colonial Drive near Alafaya Trail around 6 p.m. Sign up for our Newsletters Deputies said a man who witnesses say intentionally ran into traffic and was hit by two cars had proceeded to run into the store and was threatening employees with a knife. Deputies said the man was asked to drop the knife but did not comply. Officials said he lunged or ran toward the deputies and they opened fire.

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