Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Little Rock, AR, 9/13/98
Friday, January 1, 1999
Don Mosely and his wife, Jane, were inside their Little
Rock, Arkansas, home when he was alerted to a sound at the front
door. Expecting to see his brother, who had left moments earlier,
Mosely opened the door and found himself facing a 14-year-old
wearing a black hood over his head, wielding a .22 rifle and
shouting "Gimme your keys!" Seconds later, Mosely was shot. After
playing dead, he retrieved a gun and followed the intruder's path to
the back bedroom where Jane Mosely had dialed 9-1-1 and readied her
.32-cal. handgun. The couple opened fire on the attacker,
inflicting fatal wounds and ending the rampage. A second suspect
was quickly captured while a third was being sought by police.
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