Tulsa, Oklahoma, police Sgt. Greg Kragel said it was a case
of "plain and simple self-defense." Burglars had targeted David
Mitchell's Tulsa, Oklahoma, home three times before, gaining entry
once and giving up twice. A pair of thieves were attempting to make
another go at it, when Mitchell, who hadn't been home during the
other incidents, heard somebody attempting to climb into a bedroom
window. Mitchell retrieved his 20-ga., shooting the first intruder
to enter his home. The suspects fired a round or two at Mitchell as
they fled, but were later arrested by police, who found one still in
the neighborhood and the other in the hospital.
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