Resident Shoots and Kills 1 Suspected Intruder and Wounds 3 Others During Home Invasion

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Four people, including teenagers, were shot during a home invasion in DeKalb County on Friday, authorities said.

On Friday afternoon, police said they responded to a call about three men shot outside a home on Gresham Road, according to Fox News.

The victims were identified as Jacqueze Grier (23), Taneaious McCune (18), and a 15-year-old minor. Police reported that all three suspects were taken to the hospital in critical condition.

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18-year-old Taneaious McCune was later pronounced dead.

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Telvin Thomas (30) arrived at a hospital later that night with a gunshot wound. The police later discovered his involvement in the crime.

The Atlanta Journal reported that there was an exchange of gunfire during the attempted break-in, according to authorities, between the intruders and a resident with four other members.

“The three remaining suspects are in custody and are expected to be charged with felony murder, police said. Thomas and Grier will also be charged with home invasion,” the outlet reported.

“Our initial investigation indicates this was a targeted incident and not a random act,” police said. “The four subjects arrived at the incident location and attempted a home invasion.”

“This shooting appears justified and no charges are expected to be filed against any of the residents,” police added.

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