Man Thinks Theres A Burglar, Shoots Up Empty Home With Ak47, Dives Out Of 2nd Storey Window

Man believing his house has been broken into goes all Rambo on the furniture and walls then leaps out of a window

William Chesser, 28, from Warren, Ohio, USA, arrived back to his home in Kenwood avenue and was in the belief that someone was trying to break into his home. He allegedly kicked in his own front door and entered the house. When inside his home he claims to have heard noises coming from inside of his home, such as knocking on his windows and the sound of cars driving back and forth from outside of it.

Williams home prior to it being shot up, Google Street View
Williams home prior to it being shot up, Google Street View

In his paranoid state William grabbed an AK-47 as well as a .38 special revolver and began firing bullets through the walls as he made his way upstairs. He placed his weapons at the top of the stairs and ran towards a window, where he dove out of the second storey onto the grass outside.

Intersection of Willard and South Street, Google Street View
Intersection of Willard and South Street, Google Street View

When outside he ran towards his neighbour's house for help, his neighbours hearing the loud gunshots quickly jumped in the car with William and called 911. William was stood with his neighbours at the intersection of Willard and South Street, where the police arrested him for questioning.

William Chesser, arrested for Discharging a weapon in city limits, Trumbull County Sheriff's Office
William Chesser, arrested for Discharging a weapon in city limits, Trumbull County Sheriff's Office

The police thoroughly searched his home and found no signs of the house being broken into, police managed to find marijuana and other drug contraband in the home. William Chesser was charged with discharging a weapon inside city limits but was not charged for the drugs found inside his home. William Chesser had a warrant out for not paying $1,103 worth of traffic fines, he was subsequently taken to Trumbull County Jail.



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