Jim Vaughn, of Jensen Beach, Florida, was sure someone had
broken into his home while he was at work. Betting that the burglar
would return, Vaughn left for work one morning and then returned to
await the house-breaker in a back bedroom. He had only been home a
short time when he heard a rustling sound at the pet door meant for
his schnauzer. When the burglar peeked around the bedroom doorway
he was staring into Vaughn's .357 Mag. The burglar was identified
as Vaughn's next-door neighbor and arrested. Asked if he was
worried about the bandit being released from jail, Vaughn shook his
head and replied, "We had a little prayer meeting. I made a
believer out of him."
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