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Jacobsen said they are known to each other and the sheriff’s department believes this to be a robbery attempt for narcotics. Jacobsen added they do not believe that the homeowner is dealing narcotics. The man is an older gentleman who uses prescription medications and that is what they came for.“All indications show two suspects arrived at the residence and the homeowner appeared through the open door and saw people,” said Jacobsen. “He recognized one, but the other subject was wearing a mask and they came into the residence demanding medication. A struggle ensued and the homeowner/victim is on oxygen full time and he was hooked to an oxygen tank.”Jacobsen said they threw the homeowner onto the couch and at that point he was able to retrieve a weapon that he had and shot the one man. He fired one shot striking him in the abdomen. At that point both suspects of the home invasion fled out of the residence and into a vehicle in the driveway and went to Coleman Street in Potosi in the city limits.

Source: Home invasion suspect critically injured | Crime and Courts |

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