The Orange County Register, Santa Ana, CA, 5/29/93
Friday, October 1, 1993
Police said an Irvine, California, homeowner who shot a
croquet-mallet- wielding thug in his home acted within his rights to
defend himself. Jonathan Clark and his wife were awakened by
breaking glass in their home. While his wife called police, Clark
got his .357 and went into the hallway and saw the man breaking a
window. When the intruder ignored an order to leave, Clark shot him
in the wrist, putting him to flight.
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