The News, United Press International, Shelbyville, IN
Thursday, November 1, 1984
A 73-year-old resident of the High Sierras thought it would
be safe to spend the night in his pickup while en route to a
friend's home in Los Angeles. After pulling off the street in the
city's Wilshire district and going to sleep in the truck bed, he was
jumped by a pair of robbers. Despite being beaten, kicked and
choked, the old man managed to pull a pistol and fire several times,
killing one attacker and wounding the other. No charges were filed
against the traveler.
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