Pat Stimpert saw the shadowy figures going from car to car
and house to house, checking for unlocked doors in his rural
Marshall, Minnesota, neighborhood. Stimpert's wife usuallly left
their door unlocked, so the homeowner, whose wife and daughter were
already staying in a new house the family had purchased, figured the
characters would come strolling in any minute. He was right. But
by the time the two intruders made their entrance, Stimpert had
armed himself with his 12-ga. and dialed 911. The sight of the
armed homeowner was enough to send both suspects scurrying for the
cover of a nearby cornfield.
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