The Armed Citizen® January 26, 2018

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Ohio officials said they will not charge a homeowner in the shooting death of a home intruder. The man and a woman were in bed and were awakened early one Sunday morning after the armed thug gained entry to the house. A physical confrontation ensued, and the male resident retrieved his handgun and fired three times, killing the attacker. (The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH, 11/27/17) 

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When three masked individuals entered a pharmacy and started to pull plastic bags out of their pockets, the pharmacy owner feared for his life. The storeowner immediately drew his gun and fired several shots at the thugs, hitting one of them. The three intruders fled the store to a nearby-parked vehicle. The wounded intruder was checked into a hospital with charges pending. (Akron Beacon Journal, Akron, OH, 12/29/17) 

From the Armed Citizen® Archives
January
1980
Shortly before 1 a.m., James Phillips, who lives above his optometrist father’s Westfield, Mass., shop, heard someone smash the office door, grabbed his .22 cal. rifle and searched the premises. He found a man who claimed he had broken into the office to have his glasses repaired. Phillips marched the intruder at gunpoint to the nearest police station. (The Daily News, Springfield, MA)

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