Trotwood family terrorized during home invasion

The WHIO-TV is reporting that a Trotwood family was terrorized early Tuesday morning when three masked men with guns broke into their house. The home invasion happened around 2:30 a.m. at a home in the 300 block of Crown Avenue.

From the story:

    Authorities said the family heard a loud noise outside on the front porch and quickly called police for help. The family said the men kicked in the front door, demanded money and ransacked the house. A woman who lives in the home said she grabbed two children who were sleeping in the living room and ran to her mother's back bedroom to hide. The woman said that the men beat and pistol-whipped her oldest nephew while the third man held the rest of the family at gunpoint.
    Police said officers arrived and found one man hiding in a bush. He was taken into custody. They are continuing to search for the other two men, who managed to escape.

Once again, despite a quick call to police, they only arrived after the damage was done. Only you can be prepared to defend your family and your home against these type of attacks. These observations are not meant to criticize the law enforcement officers - it is a simple a fact of life.

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