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JACKSONVILLE, NC (AP) — Police say they don’t intend to file charges in a Jacksonville home invasion in which two intruders were killed.

The Daily News of Jacksonville reported that police Chief Mike Yaniero said Monday that the investigation of the Sunday shootings is in its early stages. He says it doesn’t look like charges will be filed against the occupants of the home, two of whom are Camp Lejeune Marines.

Police identified those killed as Maurice Skinner and Diego M. Everette, both 33 years old.

Police say three residents returned to their home about 2 a.m. Sunday and found two people inside. The residents said the intruders attacked them.

The three were treated at Onslow Memorial Hospital and released, and police haven’t given their names.

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  • T41L

    They deserve it if they were going to possibly harm the Marines they’re (the marines) are trying to help and protect this country while these two goons are trying to make it harder on their lives. Not cool. But thankfully the people were not harmed. I hate to say it but the intruders got what was coming.

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  • About time

    I’m sorry to hear that the 3 homeowners were injured but at least the intruders won’t be bothering anyone else now. I agree that it’s a shame that charges were even considered……

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