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After Breaking Into A Frisco Home, A Teen Faces Prison Time

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After breaking into a Frisco home on Sunday, a juvenile faces prison time. After responding to a report of “suspicious activity” at approximately 8 p.m., police discovered one individual shot at a residence in the 10400 block of Belfort Drive.

What Happened?

Later on, it came to light that the individual, 18-year-old Clinton Montgomery, had been shot after breaking into the house by a homeowner. According to the police, he broke into the backyard, removed a ladder from the house, and broke a window with it.

Frisco Home

Source: cbs News

Montgomery, who was admitted to the hospital for treatment, may spend as much as $10,000 in fines and 22 years in prison. Frisco police are requesting that anyone with more information get in touch with them.

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