Clint Bergen, 72, had lived most of his life in little
Georgetown, Minn., and knew that the four suspicious characters he
saw across the street from his place didn't belong there at 4 a.m.
He grabbed a 12-ga. shotgun, went to investigate, and when he saw
the men carrying cases out of a liquor store, shot out the tires of
their car and put them to flight. The suspects later were captured
by police, who said the arrests cleared up a string of local
burglaries. Grateful local businessmen honored Bergen with a dinner
and a cash award.
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