Looters Strike During Hurricane Harvey, Homeowners Use ‘DEADLY Force’ Emmanuel August 26, 2017 Survival Since the Hurricane Harvey landfall in Texas, there has been an increase of crime in the city of Corpus Christi. The Corpus Christi Police have had to respond to breaking and entering incidents during the hurricane. However, the results were not as expected as the home owners are handling their business on their own. I guess the robbers trying to break in need to think about a smarter tactic. Reported by ijr: When fierce hurricanes come in, it’s not uncommon for crime to go up. On Friday night, as Hurricane Harvey make landfall in Texas, a robber tried to break into a home in Corpus Christi. However, the tables turned on him in an instant. According to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times: About 11 p.m. Corpus Christi police officers responded to the 7100 block of Ficus Court, near Yorktown Boulevard. Officers found a man who had been shot in the head, officials said. According to officers at the scene, the man had broken into the residence and was shot by the homeowner. The suspect reportedly lived through the injury. Update on shooting @ 7100 Ficus Ct. homeowner shot intruder. Victim @ Hosp. with gunshot wound was coherent when medics took him. PIO Pace — Corpus Christi PD (@CorpusChristiPD) August 26, 2017 But that wasn’t the only incident as Hurricane Harvey came rolling in. In Houston, another alleged robber tried to break into a person’s home. This time, though, the intruder didn’t survive. The Houston Chronicle reported that: An alleged intruder was shot dead by a home resident in Houston’s Greater East End early Saturday. Authorities received a call about the incident around 3 a.m., according to the Houston Police Department’s homicide division. According to Concealed Nation, there are over 22,000,000 guns in Texas. It’s no wonder the robbers were met with such force in their failed crimes. Share on FacebookTweetFollow us Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.