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No charges will be filed against homeowner who killed intruder

LOT OF BLOOD OVER HERE. WE GOT A VERY GOOD SET OF NEIGHBORS. TELL 12 NEWS THE DEADLY CONCLUSION TO A FRIDAY EVENING BREAKING SPREE HAPPENED AT THIS HOME ON 64TH AVENUE. KENOSHA POLICE SAY THAT INTRUDER FORCED HIS WAY INTO THE HOME AND ATTACKED THE HOMEOWNER. THEY THEN SAY THAT HOMEOWNER FOUGHT BACK AND KILLED THE INTRUDER AS IT WAS HAPPENING. SOME OF MY FAMILY MEMBERS HEARD A LOUD THUMP IN A SCREAM. ALFREDO MONROY LIVES NEXT DOOR. POLICEMEN WERE JUST COMING DOWN THE STREET. THERE WAS PROBABLY A DOZEN OR MORE POLICE OFFICERS HERE. YOU TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY. AND ESPECIALLY SEEING SO MANY POLICE VEHICLES, EMERGENCY VEHICLES WERE EVERYWHERE. IT WAS LIKE A RED GLOW THROUGHOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD. RESIDENTS ON CHRISTMAS LANE SAY THE INTRUDER STARTED ON THEIR TYPICALLY QUIET STREET DAMAGING VEHICLES. IT’S SCARY. IT REALLY IS. HOME SURVEILLANCE VIDEO SHOWS THE INTRUDER INTERACTING WITH AN ACROSS THE STREET HOMEOWNER. MINUTES BEFORE THE INTRUSION. OVER ON 64, NEIGHBORS TELL 12 NEWS THEY’RE TAKEN ABACK, BUT GLAD THE HOMEOWNERS WHERE THIS ALL ENDED ARE OKAY. I’M GLAD THAT THEY WERE ABLE TO DEFEND THEMSELVES AND KEEP THEIR HOME AND OUR NEIGHBORHOOD

Kenosha DA: No charges will be filed against homeowner who killed intruder

22-year-old Franklin D. Clark of Kenosha had forcibly entered home, police say

Updated: 6:26 PM CDT Sep 21, 2022

The Kenosha County district attorney will not file charges against a homeowner who killed an intruder FridayPolice said at about 7:20 pm, Kenosha dispatchers started receiving calls about a shirtless man throwing rocks at passing cars and at homes, resulting in several broken windows. Reports were also being received that the same man was tearing up backyards and unsuccessfully attempting to break into a home on 68th Street, Kenosha police said. By 7:28 pm, the man, 22-year-old Franklin D. Clark of Kenosha, had forcibly entered an occupied home on 64th Avenue, attacking the homeowner. The homeowner defended himself and his wife with a kitchen knife. Clark was killed, police said. Police said the case will remain open pending the results of toxicology tests on Clark.

The Kenosha County District Attorney will not file charges against a homeowner who killed an intruder Friday

Police said at about 7:20 pm, Kenosha dispatchers started receiving calls about a shirtless man throwing rocks at passing cars and at homes, resulting in several broken windows.

Reports were also being received that the same man was tearing up backyards and unsuccessfully attempting to break into a home on 68th Street, Kenosha police said.

By 7:28 pm, the man, 22-year-old Franklin D. Clark of Kenosha, had forcibly entered an occupied home on 64th Avenue, attacking the homeowner.

The homeowner defended himself and his wife with a kitchen knife. Clark was killed, police said.

Police said the case will remain open pending the results of toxicology tests on Clark.

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