Intruder fatally shot inside Florida home

Deputies say a North Florida homeowner and a teenager fatally…

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Deputies say a North Florida homeowner and a teenager fatally shot a man who twice forced his way into the home.

The Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office reports 21-year-old Kenneth David Drown Jr. was armed Sunday when he barged into the home of his ex-girlfriend and their baby.

Authorities say someone inside the home told 911 dispatchers that Drown was armed with a 12-guage shotgun. During a scuffle, Drown was disarmed and left the home. Before deputies arrived, he forced his way inside again, armed with another gun.

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