Most of the time when you hear of a homeowner shooting and killing a home invader you don’t have much sympathy for the deceased.
That’s because the home invader is typically in a home he shouldn’t be in trying to take what isn’t his.
But the story of a firefighter being shot and killed by a homeowner as he was entering a home to help save his life is one of the sadder instances of preventable homicide.
A Maryland firefighter has died and another remains in the hospital after being shot Friday night during a welfare check in Temple Hills, but authorities say it isn’t likely that the man who fired the shots will face charges.
The Prince George’s County Fire Department responded to a 911 call from a man who was concerned that his brother, who is diabetic, could have been in the midst of a…