A proposed fishing trip to their rural Deschutes County,
Oreg., vacation property netted Ken Trinklein and Art Daley an
unexpected catch. Upon arrival they were faced with a pickup making
off with a load of personal belongings. They blocked the getaway
with their own vehicle, and while Daley went to summon the sheriff,
Trinklein stood guard over a pair of youthful criminals, a .357 Mag.
revolver stuck in his belt.
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