6-Time Felon Killed By 13-Year-Old During Home Invasion

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6-Time Felon Killed By 13-Year-Old During Home Invasion

As a felon and his accomplice tried to break in to a home they thought was empty, they were met with some resistance when a 13-year-old packing a pistol took it upon himself to defend his home.  This is why firearms are a necessity in a world filled with criminals, imagine if this boy didn’t have access to a firearm.  Would these thugs have let him be?  Would they have beat or killed him?  Fortunately we don’t have to find that out because he was prepared and willing to defend himself and his home.

From Guns.com

Two convicted felons intent on breaking into a Ladson, South Carolina, home Tuesday afternoon were met with surprise when they came face to face with 13-year-old armed with a gun.

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Lamar Anthwan Brown died shortly after being dropped off at the Emergency Room.

According to reports from The Post and Courier, the young boy, who is not being identified, was home alone when he grew suspicious of a car that pulled up outside around 1:30 p.m. Moments later, the two suspects went to the back of the house and attempted to break in, at such time, the boy, fearing for his safety, grabbed his mother’s handgun.

As the suspects tried to make their way into the house, the boy opened fire, but the suspects reacted by returning fire before fleeing from the scene. The boy chased the suspects out of the home and continued to fire as they fled in their vehicle. The boy, who was uninjured, then called his mother, who instructed him to call the police.

Investigators combed the area around the boy’s home and discovered a Colt .45 pistol, which was believed to belong to the suspects.

A short time later, one of the suspects, who was later identified as Lamar Anthwan Brown, 31, was dropped off outside the emergency room of a nearby hospital. Brown, who was shot three times, died at the medical facility. The second suspect, Ira Bennett, 28, later turned himself in to authorities. He was charged with first-degree burglary and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

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Ira Bennett dropped Lamar off at hospital and later turned himself in to authorities.

But apparently the two men were no strangers to crime, with both having an extensive criminal history. Brown was convicted six times on felony drug charges, in addition to unlawful carrying of a weapon, disorderly conduct and trespassing. Bennett was previously convicted of assault with intent to kill, pointing a firearm at a person and third-degree burglary, in addition to drug convictions that included possession of a controlled substance, manufacturing and distributing a controlled substance and possession of marijuana..

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You think being a felon is hardcore?  This is what it will get you.

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8 thoughts on “6-Time Felon Killed By 13-Year-Old During Home Invasion

  1. Just want to say if you think all felons are like this you are what’s wrong in this country too not just the criminals. This young man though, he was a smart kid and took matters into his own hands and it is great that he did thankful he wasn’t hurt. Have a good day.

  2. Awesome. that kid will feel good about himself for a long time to come. H should pat himself on the back. A LOT!

  3. Another life saved by use of a legal firearm in defense of their liberties and life.

    Sad that these two men chose this thug life…but Justice has meted out her due, one permanently.

  4. Fast thinking by the young man, bravo! However, chasing a fleeing perpetrator into the street and firing at a fleeing vehicle is the stuff for cop movies, NOT a responsible citizen. He is fortunate his heroics did not turn into unintended death of one of his neighbors. Hopefully, he will get a bit more training in proper firearm management.

  5. Pretty bad ass as 13 year old to say “I’ve killed a felon” but on a serious note I hope it doesn’t effect him mentally too much