Homeowner Shoots, Kills Man Attempting To Break Into Home After Eating Grass

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ASCENSION PARISH, LOUISIANA — On June 4, an alleged burglary at a residence in Ascension Parish, Louisiana resulted in the death of the suspect, identified as 20-year-old Kameron Serigny of Gonzales.

The Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office reported that they arrived at the scene at 6 a.m., finding Serigny at the back of the property after the homeowner defended his home. The initial incident involved an attempted car break-in, which triggered the alarm and alerted the homeowner.

Security footage revealed Serigny acting erratically, eating grass, beating his chest, and attempting to force entry by punching holes in the door’s glass. The homeowner responded by firing several shots, which temporarily halted but did not stop the intruder, who eventually forced his way into the house.

The homeowner fired additional shots, ultimately killing Serigny. Investigators confirmed the homeowner’s account and suspect that Serigny was under the influence of an illegal substance at the time of the incident.

No charges have been filed against the homeowner, and a toxicology report is underway.

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