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The Armed Citizen® December 27, 2019

The Armed Citizen® December 27, 2019

bank employee was leaving for the night Oct. 2 when she reportedly saw a naked man charging at her. After she repeatedly told him to stop, she drew her concealed-carry pistol and fired two shots, hitting him once and causing him to flee. Harrison Police officers found him nearby and took him into custody. The suspect was airlifted to a hospital. The Harrison police chief said no charges will be filed against the employee as she has the right to defend herself and was in legal possession of her firearm. He added that it was obvious that the armed citizen had trained with her firearm. (The Harrison Daily Times, Harrison Ark., 10/9/2019)

Armed Citizen Extra
A home invasion was repulsed in Oroville early one Wednesday morning. When a man armed with a handgun tried to force entry into the back of a home, he was met by the male homeowner. As they struggled, the female homeowner retrieved a firearm, killing the attempted robber, and grazing the male homeowner. (Chico Enterprise-Record, Oroville, Calif., 7/24/2019)

From the Armed Citizen® Archives
December 1976
Mrs. Louis Romano of North Stonington, Conn., found that burglars had been breaking into her home. So, accompanied by her daughter, she staked out the house with a shotgun. When the two women heard footsteps inside the house, they entered, capturing two youthful burglars and held them until police came. (The Day, New London, Conn.)

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