Officers find masked intruder suspected dead after resident opened fire


Officers responded to a home intrusion call and found the body of an alleged masked intruder at an apartment in Madison, Wisconsin around 2:30 a.m. Friday.

WMTV notes that officers arrived at the apartment “in the 1700 block of Packers Ave.” and a man was waiting outside to tell them what had happened.

Upon entering, the man led police to the body of the suspected intruder.

The man, a woman and a child were in the apartment at the time of the alleged intrusion.

Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes said officers found evidence someone had actually tried to break into the apartment.

Madison.com reports that Barnes also pointed out that there had been “general disturbance” calls in the apartment complex before, but he wasn’t sure if those calls were ever related to the apartment in which the alleged intrusion has occurred.

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