Fed-Up Florida Man Finds 2 Saggy-Pants Thugs In His Home, Delivers Brutal Instant Justice

click A shocking story has emerged out of Jacksonville, Florida, where a fed-up homeowner rushed back to his house to check an alarm system that had gone off. Now, the story has gone viral after the man found two saggy-pants wearing thugs in his home and delivered a dose of brutal, instant justice, leaving the punks wishing the cops had arrived before the homeowner.

According to local news source Fox30, the shocking home invasion took place at approximately 11:42 a.m. on Wednesday, October 11, 2017. Jacksonville police said that they received an alert at the same time that the homeowner did when a home alarm system had been triggered. Unfortunately for the thugs, the homeowner arrived at his residence on Park Street before the police.

The two thugs ransacking the man’s home probably never expected to go from being the predators to the prey. According to local news source News4Jax, that is exactly what happened when the homeowner arrived and confronted them as they attempted to burglarize his property. The homeowner shot one of the thugs dead and sent the other one running for his life.

When police arrived, they found 24-year-old Xavier Houston’s lifeless body sitting in a silver 4-door sedan which was parked in the homeowner’s driveway. Houston had reportedly been shot inside the homeowner’s residence and then struggled to crawl back to his vehicle where he died. This thug’s life of crime was over, but police were shocked to find out more about who he was. According to News4Jax, Houston was identified as the son of a female Jacksonville police officer.

A spokesman for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said that they are treating the shooting as a justifiable homicide for the time being. Investigative reporters from News4jax discovered a lengthy criminal history for Houston, including arrests for burglary, aggravated battery, stalking, cyber-stalking, and four arrests for domestic battery. The second suspect who escaped is still at large.

Houston’s grandmother, who asked not to be identified, said her grandson was a “good boy” when he was younger. “Came up in a nice home and everything,” she said. “Only thing I heard is a man shot him. Don’t know anything about where he was or anything. So I can’t give you no info,” she added.

Sources familiar with the situation told News4Jax that Houston’s mother is JSO Officer Lynette Bryant. A crime analyst named Gil Smith who works for News4Jax said, “Sometimes, people think that you’re the son or daughter of a police officer and you’re walking the straight and narrow all the time — or a judge, or a teacher,” Smith said. “That’s not the case. They’re regular folks, just like anyone else.”

One of Houston’s friends said that he was just another guy trying to turn his life around. “That ain’t his M.O. That’s just someone he was with,” said the friend, who asked not to be identified. “That’s just the law of the land I guess, being around people that over-influence you to do something you don’t want to do.” It appears that Houston wasn’t turning his life around fast enough or else he wouldn’t have been burglarizing an innocent man’s home.

It won’t be long before the mainstream liberal media is portraying the homeowner as the villain in this story and trying to make Houston look like the victim, but we know the truth of the matter. The moment that Houston and his accomplice decided to break into an innocent man’s home, they deserved what happened to them. Once again, here is a shocking story that proves one thing — an armed society is a just society.

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-A shocking story has emerged out of Jacksonville, Florida, where a fed-up homeowner rushed back to his house to check an alarm system that had gone off. Now, the story has gone viral after the man found two saggy-pants wearing thugs in his home and delivered a dose of brutal, instant justice, leaving the punks wishing the cops had arrived before the homeowner.

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