Wakening early one morning to the sound of someone driving
up the dirt lane to his rural Lancaster, Calif., vacation home, Dick
Wilson watched as two men scaled a fence and headed for his shed.
Retrieving his rifle, Wilson confronted the men and then walked them
to a neighbor's home to call police.
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