Suspect Killed, Victim Hurt in Home Invasion

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(Memphis) Memphis Police are searching for two men who are on the run after a home invasion in the 3500 block Bigelow in Frayser Wednesday morning.

Dareese Lee was in the house with his mother and his brother when he says someone rang the back door bell, “My partner opened the door to see who it was. That’s when they forced their way in.”

Lee said there were three men with guns but no mask on.

He said he was forced to the ground at gun point and his younger brother Kenny Davis heard the commotion from the back of the house.

“My little brother came around the corner and that’s when they started shooting,” said Lee.

His brother also fired back, hitting one of the men in the head.

Memphis Police said the suspect was pronounced dead on the scene by EMS.

His name has not been released.

Kenny ran to a neighbor’s house for help. He is expected to be okay.

Kenny and Dareese’s mother Sara was also in the house.

Although the suspects are still on the run, she said she is not worried.

“I’m not afraid of them. I put them in the hands of the lord. When you do wrong, wrong is going to follow you,” said Sara Lee.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 528-CASH.

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