Typically, if someone is hurt or killed after breaking into another person’s house, it’s considered justifiable self-defense. But the family of the criminal doesn’t always see it that way, as ludicrous as that is. And when one teenager was killed after he broke into someone’s house, he was met with an AR15 — and his family is speaking out.
Jacob Redfearn is one of three Oklahoma teenagers who broke into a Wagoner County home, and all three of the would-be robbers were shot and killed. The other two burglars were 19-year-old Maxwell Cook, and 16-year-old Jacob Woodruff. Left behind was 21-year-old Elizabeth Rodriguez, the alleged getaway driver and supposed “mastermind” of the burglary plot, as investigators believe she planned the crime.