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The Armed Citizen® May 13, 2019

The Armed Citizen® May 13, 2019

Late one evening in Durkee, Ore., a husband and wife noticed a strange car parked in the driveway of a house their neighbors reside in periodically. Curious, the woman called her neighbors to check with them. Discovering the house was supposed to be empty, the woman's husband retrieved his shotgun and headed to the neighbor's house. He found two trespassers and ordered them to leave, while he held them at gunpoint until the deputies arrived. The trespassers were determined to have been squatters. (idahostatesman.com, Boise, Idaho, 2/19/19)

Armed Citizen Extra
A valid concealed carry permit holder shot a carjacker who demanded his keys at gunpoint. After a man in a Volkswagen rear-ended a man in a BMW in Chicago one Friday, the man in the BMW got out to asses the damage before returning to his car to get his cell phone. The Volkswagen driver then got out and proceeded to walk up, armed with a firearm to the other driver and push him into the BMW. Both men were inside the BMW when the vehicle's original driver was able to retrieve his own gun, and shoot the attempted carjacker in the head. (wgntv.com, Chicago, Ill., 4/26/19)

From the Armed Citizen® Archives
May 1981
Robert Teumer was taking an afternoon nap when his son ran in, shouting that a pair of intruders had entered their Hammond, Ind. home. Grabbing a shotgun, Teumer ran to investigate and chased the pair out a side door. The Teumers jumped in their car and caught up with one of the housebreakers, holding him for police. (The Times, Calumet, Ill.)

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