81-Year Old Man Kills Home Invader : NorthEscambia.com An 81-year old Escambia County (Ala.) homeowner shot and killed an apparent home invasion suspect early Monday morning. The Escambia County (Ala.) Sheriffâ€™s Office responded to a 911 call on Highway 31 north of Brewton about 3 a.m. Monday. The caller told dispatchers that someone had broken into his house and that he had shot the suspect. When they arrived, they found suspect Jeremy Paul McCall, 33 of Brewton, dead inside the home. He was dressed in dark clothing and a ski mask. McCall had been released from a Nebraska jail only about 48 hours at the time of his death. He died as the result of a single gunshot wound. The elderly manâ€™s wife was reportedly sitting with a shotgun in her lap when deputies arrived. â€śDeputies were in the immediate vicinity of the residence and responded. Once on scene, they found a subject lying on the floor, unresponsive, inside the residence with a gunshot wound to his person,â€ť the sheriffâ€™s department said in a press release. â€śThe owner of the residence and his wife stated that they were awakened by noises of someone forcing their way into the home. As they began to get up, a subject burst into their bedroom and pointed a gun at them. The owner of the residence was also armed with a handgun and fired one round at the subject. â€ť Sheriff Grover Smith and his departmentâ€™s investigators, and a K-9 unit from Fountain Prison responded to the scene. McCallâ€™s body was transported to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences in Mobile for an autopsy. Smith said the incident will be presented to a grand jury, as is require by law, but he said he does not expect charges to be filed against the homeowner. The incident is still under investigation by the Escambia County (Ala.) Sheriffâ€™s Department. Another poor victim killed. Only if the homeowners complied they would be able to sleep well at night.