Ammoland: Resident Justifiably Slashes-To-Death Violent Home Invader, That Shot His Wife

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AVON PARK, Fla. – A Highland County man is being celebrated for his bravery after a violent home invasion on Joe Hilton Street ended in the death of the intruder. The suspect, identified as 62-year-old Lindsey Glen, shot the homeowner’s wife, prompting the husband to take brutal and deadly action.

On Thursday night, around 8:30 p.m., the Highlands County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call regarding a suspicious incident. When deputies arrived, they found both the 69-year-old husband and wife severely injured and the home invader stabbed to death inside the home.

According to Sheriff Paul Blackman, Glenn tricked his way into the house, possibly by pretending to need a document notarized, a common request as the wife often notarized documents for the community. Once inside, Glenn pulled out a gun and shot the unsuspecting elderly woman in the face.

Reacting to the horrific sight of his wife being shot, the husband grabbed a seven-inch garden knife and fought back. He repeatedly stabbed Glenn, who was found deceased by the time deputies arrived.

Completely justifiable, if somewhat messy.

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