Awakened in his Fair Oaks, Calif., home by his car alarm
going off, Bradford Muncer grabbed a .22 rifle and went outside to
investigate. Surprising a juvenile attempting to steal his car
stereo, Muncer fired a warning shot. When the youth then jumped up
and advanced toward him, Muncer fired twice, wounding him.
Investigators said the shooting appeared to be justifiable, and no
charges were filed against Muncer.
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