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Posted: 10/26/2010 8:35:18 AM EDT
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KENT, Wash. – Police are looking for two suspects involved in a violent early morning home invasion in Kent.
Investigators say the attempted robbery occurred at a home in the 22000 block of 103rd Avenue SE at about 2 a.m.
Three men entered the home by kicking in the door. Once inside, they were confronted by the homeowners, who fought back.
Police said one of the homeowners managed to take a gun from one of the suspects and kept him under control until the police arrived.
Two suspects got away.
The homeowners say they didn’t recognize the suspects. The suspect who was taken into custody suffered from several bruises. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
The homeowners had a few cuts and scratches from the fight but are alright.


Good thing they didn't try this at one of our homes.
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 9:31:09 AM EDT
Originally Posted By jimmysworking:
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Good thing they didn't try this at one of our homes.


Would have read more like:

KENT, Wash. – Police are looking for the remains of two suspects involved in a violent early morning home invasion in SnoEveretCreek.
Investigators say the attempted robbery occurred at a home in the 22000 block of 103rd Avenue SE at about 2 a.m.
Three men entered the home by kicking in the door. Once inside, they were confronted by the homeowners, who fought back.
Police said one of the homeowners blew one of the suspects in half with 2 rounds of 12 gage TAP.
Two suspects got away, however an arm, lower leg and bits of bone fragments and large amounts of blood and drag marks could be followed to a nearby hog farm. The trail disappeared from there.
The homeowners say they didn’t recognize the suspects, nor do they think the remaining suspects would be recognizable.
The homeowners were deeply saddened at the loss of the TAP rounds, that must now be replenished at their own expense. In addition to the large blood stains on the white carpet and walls that must now be fixed, again at their own expense. One of the homeowners confided that "the trauma that this event will cause, the hours of counseling needed to recover from the shopping, and picking out of new paint and carpet with my wife will haunt me for months".
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 10:01:39 AM EDT

Originally Posted By AUWalker:
In addition to the large blood stains on the white carpet and walls that must now be fixed, again at their own expense. One of the homeowners confided that "the trauma that this event will cause, the hours of counseling needed to recover from the shopping, and picking out of new paint and carpet with my wife will haunt me for months".


If the suspects were minors, a lawsuit could be mounted against the suspects parents. Even small claims court could be used. I think the award limit in small claims was raised to $7000.00 a while back.
I've heard that the services that do Bio clean up (suicides etc.) are very expensive.

I had a neighbor who blew his brains out after getting layed off from Boeing. His parents came to clean the house up and sell it and I saw them enter the home with a rented Rug Doctor.
Link Posted: 10/26/2010 10:07:56 AM EDT
Originally Posted By DoberDude:
I had a neighbor who blew his brains out after getting layed off from Boeing. His parents came to clean the house up and sell it and I saw them enter the home with a rented Rug Doctor.


Dang, who let in mr. killjoy?

Link Posted: 10/26/2010 12:31:18 PM EDT
Originally Posted By AUWalker:
Originally Posted By jimmysworking:
The story




Good thing they didn't try this at one of our homes.


Would have read more like:

KENT, Wash. – Police are looking for the remains of two suspects involved in a violent early morning home invasion in SnoEveretCreek.
Investigators say the attempted robbery occurred at a home in the 22000 block of 103rd Avenue SE at about 2 a.m.
Three men entered the home by kicking in the door. Once inside, they were confronted by the homeowners, who fought back.
Police said one of the homeowners blew one of the suspects in half with 2 rounds of 12 gage TAP.
Two suspects got away, however an arm, lower leg and bits of bone fragments and large amounts of blood and drag marks could be followed to a nearby hog farm. The trail disappeared from there.
The homeowners say they didn’t recognize the suspects, nor do they think the remaining suspects would be recognizable.
The homeowners were deeply saddened at the loss of the TAP rounds, that must now be replenished at their own expense. In addition to the large blood stains on the white carpet and walls that must now be fixed, again at their own expense. One of the homeowners confided that "the trauma that this event will cause, the hours of counseling needed to recover from the shopping, and picking out of new paint and carpet with my wife will haunt me for months".


Awesome
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