Baton Rouge Home Invader Dies After Tangling With Wrong Homeowner

By Bob Owens

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A Louisiana man who apparently began his life of violent crime at just 14 years old is now deceased after his targeted victim turned the tables on him during a home invasion robbery.

Deputies say a homeowner shot and killed an armed robber at a home on Glenlea Ave. Tuesday.

The shooting happened around 12 p.m. Tuesday in the 7700 block of Glenlea Avenue. The East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office says 19-year-old Terione Williams pushed his way inside a home and robbed the occupants at gunpoint.

The victim allegedly retrieved his gun and fired shots at Williams. Once hit, Williams fled on foot and died from his injuries a short distance from the victim’s home.

Williams was previously arrested in 2012 in connection to another armed robbery in Baton Rouge.

Williams had only been out of jail 11 days at the time of his death.

The shooting is expected to be ruled justifiable self-defense.

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