The man apparently found a cozy spot, complete with an electrical outlet where he could charge his cell phones, and just hung out unnoticed for three days.
After her dog started barking, she armed herself and walked through the house, but she didn’t see anyone. She went back to bed, but moments later heard a loud crash and knew somebody was inside her home.
The man knew something wasn’t right when he saw the air conditioning unit pushed out of the window of his daughter’s house. Armed with a .357, he went inside and discovered a man had broken in and was attempting to steal her belongings.
“He just kept apologizing, saying he was sorry,” recalled the victim, referring to the moment his brother came out with his Smith and Wesson.
A Pennsylvania woman armed with a pellet gun stopped a home intruder in his tracks…
An Oakland man armed with a video game gun detained a would-be home intruder who…
Joseph Booker, 20, entered a Family Dollar store in Greenville and, armed with what appeared to be a real gun, demanded the clerk empty the register into a shopping bag. The clerk complied and Booker made off with nearly $500 in cash, the local Fox-affiliate reports.
A Minneapolis burglar who logged onto his Facebook account from the homeowner’s computer last Thursday…
It wasn’t until after the shots were already fired that the man discovered it wasn’t an intruder breaking in after all, but his 14-year-old stepdaughter, attempting to sneak back into the house after apparently being out all night.
A Texas homeowner woke up to a “shadowy figure” and “flashing lights” that were coming from inside his house. He confronted the burglar and opened fire, but he got away.