As Casada continued advancing toward Gregory while swinging the nunchucks, Gregory opened fire, striking Casada a total of six times.
The injured suspect, who has a prior felony conviction and is a registered sex offender, was on probation at the time of the home invasion.
She warned them that she was armed, but when they ignored her warning and advanced toward her, she unloaded, striking one and sending both fleeing.
The couple came by the home the day before claiming to have car trouble, but a review of surveillance video shows the female scoping out the property.
Police say after the vehicle pulled into the driveway to turn around, they were pursued, then assaulted before a passenger shot their attacker.
Employees said they’ve seen the suspect in the shop before, and were also robbed again just three days prior.
The intruder’s ex-girlfriend said he would not have broke into someone’s home and she believes he was drinking that night and just went to the wrong house.
When police arrived on the scene, they found the man lying on the front lawn suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
The man was apparently told to reschedule an appointment before he left, but returned about half an hour later yelling while hitting and kicking the door.
The man’s lawyer said he never dreamed an armed robbery would occur in broad daylight, blocks from the police station, in a McDonald’s drive-thru.