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Two Home Invasions In 24 Hours In Lafayette Leaves 2 Dead And 2 On The Run


LAFAYETTE, NORTH CAROLINA — Two separate home invasions occurred in Lafayette in less than 24 hours, and their outcomes were nearly identical.

In the first incident, two men busted down a front door and were confronted by an armed homeowner.

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office reports two men entered a home there. The homeowner exchanged gunfire and killed one of the men. The other man was still at large.


In the second incident, the only difference seems to be that a woman at the home suffered a gunshot to the leg.

Aside from that;

Police said they responded to the 400 block of Lands End Road around 6:48 p.m. to a report of a shooting. They said two men forced open the front door to the home. One of them was armed with a gun. The homeowner got his gun and exchanged gunfire with the two men.

The outcome? You guessed it; one dead intruder and another on the run.

Both instances saw an armed person inside the home, who wasn’t going to make themselves or anyone else inside the house a victim.

Two thugs lost their thug buddies. Is it enough for them to hang up their thug ways and realize that their life choices aren’t the best?

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