Man shoots intruder at his parents' Oakland Park townhouse
BY WANDA J. DeMARZO AND JENNIFER MOONEY PIEDRA
A man shot and killed an intruder who was breaking into his parents' townhouse in Oakland Park, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.
The intruder has not been identified, but is believed to be a teenager.
Richard McKinley, 27, was sleeping in his parents townhouse at 3259 NW 44th St. around 11:54 a.m. when he was awakened by a noise, according to BSO.
McKinley noticed that an intruder was in the house, and shot him.
Deputies are investigating, and have set up a perimeter search for two possible accomplices to the home invasion.
Less than two hours after the shooting, Paul and Victoria McKinley returned to their pink townhouse in the Montage by the Lake complex to find swarms of police and TV reporters.
The couple said their son was ``doing fine.''
Family members of the dead intruder were also at the scene.
More details will emerge as the investigation continues.