When a barking dog awakened him, Gardena, Calif., resident
Gary Kindle grabbed a gun and investigated. Finding a man crawling
on the floor towards his children's bedroom, Kindle ordered him out.
When the intruder ignored the command and moved toward the bedroom,
Kindle fired twice, fatally wounding him.
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