Sid Bowden and Grey Hammett of Baton Rouge, La., teamed up
after Bowden's son noticed two suspicious men trying to get into a
neighboring house. After notifying police, Bowden reached for his
shotgun and Hammett grabbed his revolver. The duo then took up
vantage points around the house to prevent the burglars from
leaving. Police later arrested three suspects on burglary charges.
When asked why he and his neighbor had taken action, Bowden replied,
"If we hadn't taken action, they would have been back again
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