He Broke Into An Old Lady’s House, And HE Was The One Begging For The Cops!


Police in the city of Marietta is investigating an incident that involved three armed robbers attempting to break into a home.

Investigators said that the incident happened at late night involving three people trying to break into a home on Olive Spring Road. Officers say a 17-year-old resident opened fire on the intruders. When it comes to the South, the Second Amendment is a long-standing aspect of its culture and heritage. That’s partly why Georgia is one of the friendliest state’s toward legal gun ownership, allowing citizens to purchase a firearm easily.

So, when a trio of armed individuals with sinister plans allegedly decided to rob a Marietta home, they should have known that they’d be playing a real-life game of Russian Roulette with their lives. Unfortunately for them, it just so happened to be a losing round.

Two ended up getting hit, one of them, 21-year-old Machavellia Bagsby, died. A 16-year-old initially got away but has since been arrested.
One homeowner shared a ring video with us of suspect Taurus Miller, who is also 21 years old. He rushed to her front door pleading for help after he told her he had been shot.

Police remained at the home throughout the overnight hours. They do not plan to charge the 17-year-old shooter.

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Cobb County Police confirmed that the teen opened fire on the burglars, shooting and killing Bagsby. A second-round struck Miller in the leg, but it is unclear whether the homeowner fired the shot or he was hit by one of his accomplices returning fire. Luckily for Miller, his injury wasn’t critical.

The aftermath was reportedly captured by a Ring doorbell camera, showcasing a frantic Miller tearfully pleading with a nearby homeowner to call the police. He is then seen lifting his pant leg and inspecting his wound in a panicked frenzy.

“I need somebody to call the police for me. I just got shot,” Miller said through a locked door.

The 16-year-old suspect was later apprehended. Both Miller and his younger accomplice have been charged with Bagsby’s murder, aggravated assault, attempted armed robbery, burglary, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime. Police confirmed that they do not plan to charge the 17-year-old resident.

Some of the neighbors have come to realize that they are considering arming themselves and learning how to utilize a firearm for self-defense after the incident happened.

“It would be nice to know if they were targeted or if it was random,” a neighbor told Fox 5. “It’s random, it’s obviously more frightening because I don’t live in an area that you would drive-through and say ‘hey, these people have a lot of money.’”

“It’s very scary and unnerving. This is a very quiet neighborhood, families, lots of good families in this neighborhood,” another said.

Sources: Taphaps, 11 Alive, FOX5