From KCTV5 of August 15, 2008
Family Fights Back In Home Invasion
A family fought back against a group of armed intruders that broke into a Kansas City, Kan., home early Friday morning, police said.
Police received a 911 call from a house near North 74th Court and Oakland Avenue just after midnight.
A man who lives in the house said when the men burst into the house, his son was able to escape and get help while he and his brother were held at gunpoint.
"These guys had us in there for about 20 minutes. One of them came outside and tried to get in my Escalade. When that guy went outside, my brother, who was here with me, jumped up and grabbed the gun from him. I went downstairs and grabbed my gun, and the shootout was on after that," the man said.
Two of the alleged intruders were wounded in the shooting.
Police took three of the four suspected home invaders into custody.
The homeowner said he thinks these were the same men who broke into his home days earlier. Following that incident, the family decided to get an alarm installed. It was scheduled to be activated on Friday.