The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, FL, 10/28/80
Thursday, January 1, 1981
Jacksonville, Fla., residents J.B. and Opal Evans were
asleep in their pickup camper parked in front of relatives'
Huntington, W. Va., house, when suddenly the engine started up and
the truck began moving. J.B. grabbed his .32 revolver and shouted
to the man behind the wheel to stop. When the man refused, Evans
fired once, and the trucknapper jumped from the cab and ran off.
The truck rolled to a safe stop.
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