Dubbing Marty Killinger, 61, and Dorothy Cunningham, 75, the
"Pistol Packing Grandmas," Grant County, Washington, Sheriff Bill
Wiester honored the two women for defending themselves against four
young thugs who had forced their way into the women's rural home
after cutting the phone lines to the house. As the punks struggled
with Killinger in a attempt to get her car keys, Cunningham
retrieved a Luger pistol from her bedroom and chased the intruders
into the yard, where they turned and began shouting taunts.
Cunningham then loosed several shots over the heads of the suspects,
who finally decided it was best to leave. "This is a clear message
to criminals that senior citizens won't tolerate this type of
behavior from these young punks," Wiester said.
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