Homeowner Stops Home Invasion In Montana


MISSOULA, MONTANA — A suspect is dead after he was shot by a homeowner during an attempted home invasion in Missoula, Montana, according to reports.

The shooting occurred Sunday, February 5th at approximately 4 p.m., according to KPAX.

The incident occurred at a home in the 300 block of Brooks Street.

Per Missoula Police spokesperson Whitney Bennett, the suspect attempted to gain access to a residence at that location.

The homeowner reportedly challenged the suspect several times.

The suspect disregarded the warnings to stop and was able to make his way into the residence. The homeowner then shot the suspect, hitting him multiple times.

Responding officers treated the suspect until he could be transported to an area hospital. The suspect later died from his wounds. He was identified as 41-year-old Patrick S. Shemorry. The case remained under investigation at the time of KPAX’s investigation.


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