From the Miami Herald of June 4, 2006
Prowlers flee homeowner's bullets
A homeowner in Southwest Ranches said he was frightened by two prowlers when he fired the first shot at them through a garage window.
About 2:45 a.m., a live-in housekeeper at a home in the 13400 block of Old Sheridan Street heard noises and saw the men in the garage area possibly trying to break into the garage or a 1995 Ferrari F512. She alerted the homeowner.
While his wife was on the phone with Broward sheriff's deputies, he got his Walther P99 semiautomatic pistol and entered the garage through an interior door. Deputies dispatched on the call heard from the dispatcher that shots had been fired.
They found seven spent shell casings on the front driveway, one inside the garage and a bullet hole in the garage window. The homeowner said he fired seven shots at the men before they jumped a fence into a neighbor's yard.
One of the men wore a black ski hat, black shirt and black gloves. The second wore a light-colored shirt.
A search of the area did not locate the prowlers and no blood was found to indicate that either man had been hit.