There was a wanted man on the run in Bob Cummins' Pearl,
Mississippi, neighborhood, so he alerted neighbors, checked on
nearby relatives and returned home for a bite to eat with his .40
cal. Browning semi-auto by his side. Surprisingly, a knock on the
door a little while later revealed the man for whom police were
searching requesting to use Cummins' phone. Cummins permitted the
man to enter, whereupon he pulled his gun on the fugitive, saying
"No, sir, you are not the one who is going to make a phone call--I
am." Cummins held him for police, who arrived a quick 911 call
later. The suspect had led police on a 20-mile high-speed chase
after they attempted to arrest him on a warrant for aggravated
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