A Chicago criminal has made a mistake he won’t forget in a hurry after breaking into the home of an armed Second Amendment patriot.
The homeowner, concealed carry holder, sent the crook straight to the hospital after catching him breaking into his house.
After returning to his home in Chinatown on Monday evening, prosecutors say the homeowner was confronted by a burglar who charged at him inside his own home.
Thankfully the homeowner was ready and willing to exercise his constitutional rights and immediately shot the thug.
He withdrew his firearm and put the criminal down by shooting him in the stomach.
The burglar, Tywone Underwood, 30, was hospitalized after the shooting and charged with a felony.
Chicago police responded to the victim’s home in the 300 block of West 24th Place around 6:30 p.m. and found Underwood down for the count.
Prosecutors charged him with residential burglary and assault.
Judge Charles Beach ordered him to pay a $25,000 deposit toward bail to get out of custody.
According to CWB Chicago:
“The homeowner, 32, told cops that he saw his garage door open and a bike leaning against the garage when he returned home.
“When he peeked into the garage’s side door, Underwood charged at him, the prosecutor said.
“The victim took a step back, pulled out his gun, and shot Underwood once in the abdomen, said Sarah Dale-Schmidt, a Cook County prosecutor.
“Police found the victim’s PlayStation, Yeezy slippers, and an Apple iPod in the garage, all of which had been removed from the man’s home by Underwood.
“Cops determined that Underwood entered the victim’s home through an unlocked second-floor window and then ransacked the residence, Dale-Schmidt said.”
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Underwood was convicted of manufacture-delivery in 2011 and unlawful use of a weapon in 2012.
Underwood was also convicted of a few burglary misdemeanors in recent years.
Tywone Underwood got shot in the stomach Monday after allegedly being caught burglarizing a concealed carry holder's home in Chinatown.
Now, he's charged with burglary. And he's hospitalized.
(This mugshot is from May, during happier times.)https://t.co/tiRejFmBXB
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Legend Barr, 7, said he is in excruciating pain after being shot on his way to church in Chicago’s Roseland neighborhood on Sunday: “I saw that [bullet] shot through my pants, and my favorite shirt got destroyed that I got for my birthday.” #twill https://t.co/97khkEueQC
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) October 6, 2022