The Saturday Oklahoman & Times, Oklahoma City, OK, 2/25/84
Friday, June 1, 1984
Oklahoma construction contractor Buddy Brown, of Muskogee,
awoke to see a man armed with a single-shot shotgun standing next to
his bed. Declaring he was a drug addict, the man forced Brown to
hand over $150. Brown then made a dive for his own shotgun,
whereupon the robber fired and missed. Brown returned fire and
cornered the man in a bathroom. The intruder threw out the money,
scuffled with Brown for a moment, then broke and ran, leaving the
money and his shotgun behind.
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