W.H. Lindenburg and his wife Esther had just returned from a
stroll on their large wooded lot in rural Dorchester County, South
Carolina, when they discovered two men loading valuables from their
home into a car. An altercation ensued and one of the suspects
pulled a gun. Lindenburg, who carries a pistol with him on his
walks, drew his own gun and fired first, killing one suspect and
injuring the other. Both suspects were found to have extensive
criminal records. The surviving assailant, whose criminal history
dated back to 1969, was charged not only with burglary and larceny
in the Lindenburg incident but also for the murder of another South
Carolina man during another burglary just a month before.
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