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37 year old Nelson McAlpine found out that breaking through the door of an 89 year old woman's house around dawn is not a smart thing to do. McAlpine beat his fists on the door and the woman told him that he was at the wrong house. And, was he ever. She told him that she would shoot if he entered her home.
Beatrice Turner pointed her .22 caliber handgun at McAlpine when he broke the door’s glass and broke in. She fired one shot at him. Police arrived in time to arrest McAlpine as he was standing on Turner’s lawn.
The home invader told police that he had used drugs and didn’t know where he was. He was taken to the hospital to make sure that he was not hit by the small caliber bullet, and was arrested when it was found that the woman had missed. He is being held on bond after being charged with burglary.
In Indiana, An Armed Robber Wearing A GPS Tracking Device Is Killed:
An armed robber who was wearing a GPS tracking device ordered placed on him by the Court was killed as he attempted an armed robbery. The device was placed on him to track his whereabouts after he was involved in a no-contact order violation and after being ordered by the Court to stay away from his wife.
Christopher Hamilton, who had ten previous convictions, was the GPS wearing man who tried to to rob a man in Indianapolis last weekend. This armed robber was wearing a “Track Mate” GPS tracker placed on him by community corrections officers.
Indianapolis corrections officials tried to contact Hamilton after they lost contact with the device. Their call was answered by a voicemail. They believe that Hamilton did not recharge the device as he was supposed to do.
An arrest warrant was issued, and two days later Hamilton attempted the robbery. He approached a man at an apartment and asked if anyone had change for five dollars. When he was allowed inside the apartment he drew his gun, announced that it was a robbery, and ordered the occupant to the back room. Instead, the victim drew his own sidearm and killed Hamilton. Had the monitor been working, the GPS would only have been activated if Hamilton were near his wife’s home.
And, A Burglar does his last home invasion In Washington:
A Lewis County, Washington man killed a burglar late Monday after the man’s home was also burglarized earlier in the same day. The home has been in construction several years, and its owner decided to stay overnight after the first burglary in case the burglars decided to come back.
The homeowner went to investigate a noise around 9PM, and was confronted by a burglar who was shining a flashlight into the homeowner’s eyes. The homeowner opened fire and dropped the 59 year old home invader, killing him. Officials do not know if the home invader was involved with the earlier burglary.
NORTH DAKOTA'S WANTED
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Matthew Dee Belgarde, YOB 1990, 6'2", 185lb, brown eyes, black hair. Wanted for: Failing to Appear on Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle, and Failing to Serve Jail Time on Physical Obstruction of a Government Function and Hindering Law Enforcement
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Robin Paul Haider YOB 1978. 5'11", 145lb, brown hair, hazel eyes. WANTED FOR: Three (3) counts of Probation Violation.
Nicholas Owen Runningbear YOB 1980. 5'10", 170lb, black hair, brown eyes. WANTED FOR: Failure to Appear on Child Support, also two (2) Burleigh County Warrants for Failure to Appear on Child Support.
Joel Thomas Maye YOB 1988, 6'1" 213 lb, blue eyes, brown hair. Wanted for: Failure to Appear on Driving Without Liability Insurance, Unlawful Entry into a Motor Vehicle/ Conspiracy/ Theft of Property (x2), Failure to Appear on Driving Under Suspension, Fictitious Registration, and Driving without Liability Insurance.