June 18, 2024

“Officers collected a large knife with a sheath that was inscribed ‘Hail Satan’ that Sumpter had been carrying,” police say

A suspected burglar who was carrying a large knife and sheath inscribed with the words “Hail Satan” was shot by an armed homeowner in Texas this week, according to authorities.

The disturbing incident unfolded at around 11:30 p.m. on Monday night in Taylor, a city in Williamson County.

A homeowner notified the Taylor Police Department (TPD) that man brandishing a knife was attempting to force entry to the residence.

While officers were en route, the suspect entered the home and was promptly shot.

Authorities say they found the suspect “lying on the front porch with a single gunshot wound to his hip.”

He was identified as 23-year-old Austin Sumpter, a resident of nearby Thrall.

“Officers collected a large knife with a sheath that was inscribed ‘Hail Satan’ that Sumpter had been carrying,” TPD explained in a press release.

Sumpter was taken to a local hospital for treatment, and upon his release on Wednesday, he was arrested and booked into Williamson County Jail.

He was charged with Burglary of a Habitation with Commission, a second-degree felony.

InfoWars has been documenting the surge of crime across the United States, including carjackings‘street takeovers,’ smash-and-grab loot mobshome invasions, and physical attacks on innocent victims.

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