Deadly Home Invasion Sparks Worry From Nevada Residents


HENDERSON, NEVADA — Residents in Henderson are reportedly worried about their safety after a suspected burglar was shot and killed on Sebring Hills Drive.

Homeowners in the area expressed concern that this wasn’t the first burglary on their street, according to KLAS.

The incident took place at around 2 a.m. on March 2, near Sun City Anthem Drive and Volunteer Boulevard.

The deceased, 38-year-old Dylan Gall, was shot by a 61-year-old man who had come to check on his father’s home. Henderson Police confirmed that the homeowner won’t face charges, according to KLAS.

Dylan Gall had a criminal history and was on parole after being released from prison last year. According to records, the elderly homeowner passed away on February 14, according to KLAS.

Jonathan Alvarez with Crime Stoppers of Nevada advised homeowners to take necessary precautions to safeguard their homes.

“We always support having an alarm system, with some sort of response, that could notify you on your phone if there’s any intrusion,” Alvarez said per PLAS.

He also suggested making sure windows are locked, keeping the area around your home well-lit, and getting to know your neighbors.

The incident has left residents in the area worried and concerned about their safety.


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