The Fort Worth Star Telegram, Fort Worth, TX, 7/10/86
Wednesday, October 1, 1986
Raped in her bed while her unsuspecting husband worked
outside in the garage, a 62-year-old Fort Worth woman grabbed a
handgun and tried to telephone police as the rapist ransacked her
home. The phone was dead. When the intruder marched her husband
into the kitchen at gunpoint, the woman exchanged shots with the
rapist, putting a shot in his head as he wrestled her husband.
Seriously injured, the criminal fled and was apprehended by police.
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