Homer Wright's wife woke him one night when she heard someone breaking into their home in the Englewood area of Chicago. Wright grabbed a gun and shot the man. Police charged Anthony Robinson with felony burglary. And since Wright had convictions on weapons charges in 1968 and 1994, they charged him with felony unlawful use of a weapon.
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