From WLBT of August 16, 2008
Suspected Car Burglar Shot by Owner
A burglary victim opens fire on a man who he allegedly caught breaking into his vehicle Saturday morning.
JPD Lt. Jeffery Scott said 22-year old Mario Lampkin was shot once in the leg by the owner of the vehicle. Investigators say it happened just before 6 a.m. at 1315 North Jefferson Street.
Officers also believe Lampkin is responsible for breaking into two other vehicles before he was shot. Police say Lampkin managed to walk to nearby Baptist Hospital for treatment. He will be charged with auto burglary when released.
From the Clarion Ledger of August 16, 2008
Wounded man may face charges in car break-ins
A 22-year-old man will face burglary charges once he is released from a Jackson hospital.
Police say Mario Lampkin was shot in the leg by the owner of a car who claimed Lampkin was breaking into the vehicle. After he was shot, Lampkin walked to the Baptist Medical Center.
The shooting happened just before 6 a.m. today at an apartment complex in the 1300 block of N. Jefferson St.
The car owner was questioned and released. That person has not been charged.
Two other cars at the apartment complex also had been burglarized. Police say they suspect Lampkin may be responsible for those, too.