Video: 23-Year-Old Woman Tried To Pull A Home Invasion With Her Squad – They Didn’t Expect That The Owner Is A Proud Second Amendment Supporter

Security video recorded a hail of gunfire outside a north St. Louis County home that left one woman dead. The woman was shot by the resident of a home police said she was trying to rob.

Police said Shabria Furlow, 23, was one of several people “attempting to commit a robbery/home invasion” at a residence located in the 300 block of Lancashire Road at about 3:20 a.m. Tuesday.

In the video, you can see someone turn around in a yard and start shooting at someone who then returns fire. Furlow was killed as bullets ripped through the home. Numerous bullet holes could be seen in the home and the glass on one door was shattered. Click here to watch the VIDEO.

12 thoughts on “Video: 23-Year-Old Woman Tried To Pull A Home Invasion With Her Squad – They Didn’t Expect That The Owner Is A Proud Second Amendment Supporter”

      1. That is exactly what they deserve! Anyone that attempts to rob and hurt people needs to be destroyed permanently!

  1. Imagine the gual of these people protecting their property from thieves with guns! The hyenas met with dier wolves instead of rabbits and paid the price. ❤

  2. We all must be prepared for INVASION ATTEMPTS like this by CRIMINALS, be they male or female…..We have the right to defend ourselves and our homes by any means necessary……We can’t assume that they merely want to steal something when they break into your home!

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