An attempted robbery on a Tennessee apartment on Wednesday became deadly when the homeowner fatally shot one of the alleged robbers who was a convicted criminal
Terry Adams, Jr., 27, died Wednesday night in Nashville during a house invasion said the Metro Nashville Police Department in a press release.
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Adams, along with another robber who remains at liberty allegedly escaped into the house of 43-year-old the old Brent Bishop through a back door and beating his wife in the face.
Bishop, according to police, saw the back door open and went into the kitchen before being hit on the head "with a blunt object". The man was ordered to hand over "three long guns and a pistol" from a vault the robbers had left.
Searching for his wife, who had fled into a neighbor's house, Bishop took a gun from another room and went outside looking for her when he met Adams and his partner again.
The police said Bishop fired shots at the two, "mortally wounding Adams." The second robber "dropped the long guns and the pistol that had been stolen from the safe and ran away."
Adams, who had committed car burglary, burglary, theft and serious assault, is a suspect 6 burglary in Bishop's house where a flat-screen TV was stolen
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Bishop was hospitalized with a skull fracture from the incident. The second robber who fled the scene remains at large.