An Aurora police officer who shot and killed a 73-year-old home-owner who was defending his residence towards a violent intruder is not going to face legal fees, the Adams County District Lawyer’s Workplace introduced Monday afternoon.

On July 30, Aurora Police Division Officer Drew Limbaugh fatally shot Richard Gary Black at Black’s residence at 10609 E. Montview Blvd.

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An intruder, who had been at a home throughout the road from the Black household residence, had busted into Black’s entrance door and attacked Black’s 11-year-old grandson, who was sleeping on the sofa. The intruder, later recognized as 26-year-old Dajon Harper, took the boy into a rest room the place Black and his son, Chad Hayashi, fought with him.

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Black shot and killed Harper within the lavatory simply as police arrived.

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Black, nonetheless armed and carrying a flashlight, appeared at this entrance door and was shot by Limbaugh.

Limbaugh is not going to face fees within the case, in keeping with the Adams County District Lawyer’s Workplace.

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