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Calvin Yoder, 22, was shot and killed in another man's home early Tuesday morning, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office reported. The man who killed Yoder told deputies that Yoder broke into his home and shot at him.
SARASOTA - More details have been made public by the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office about an early morning shootout that left a suspected robber dead this week.

Christopher Bane, 36, was sleeping when he heard glass breaking in his home in the 2100 block of Ernie Shank Court at 5:40 a.m. Tuesday. Bane grabbed his handgun before opening his bedroom door, the Sheriff’s Office reported.

Bane told investigators he came face-to-face with Calvin Yoder, 22, of Bradenton, trying to open his 11 year old son’s bedroom door in the house’s hallway.

Yoder turned toward Bane and fired a shot from a handgun, which struck a door frame.

Bane fired a single shot back and struck Yoder, who fell to the ground.

Bane then took his son out of the bedroom, brought the child outside and called 911.

Yoder was pronounced dead at the scene at about 5:50 a.m. The shooting remains under investigation by the Sheriff's Office.

According to a Florida Department of Corrections database, Yoder had been sent to state prison twice since 2011 for burglary or attempted burglary charges.

Bane also had a criminal history, court records show.

Bane has been arrested multiple times on drug related felony charges in Manatee County, including possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana with intent to sell or deliver.

In 2005, he was arrested by the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office and charged with a felony count of aggravated assault, but the case was later dropped.

Sarasota County sheriff’s spokeswoman Wendy Rose said she could not comment on whether Bane was a convicted felon. It is illegal for convicted felons to possess guns.

“That will be part of the active investigation,” she said.

Florida’s Stand Your Ground law, which states an individual can legally use deadly force if the person reasonably believes doing so is necessary “to prevent imminent death,” also does not apply to persons “engaged in an unlawful activity.”

Earlier this year, Florida’s 4th District Court of Appeal ruled that a convicted felon was entitled to use Stand Your Ground as a defense for shooting a man while defending himself, according to a news story published by the Sun-Sentinel newspaper.



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