The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, Calif., 2/15/00
Monday, May 1, 2000
The peace and quiet of Glen White's Oildale, Calif., home
was shattered early one morning by a burglar who confronted White
and demanded money. A disabled diabetic, White evened his odds by
firing back with several shots from his .38-cal. revolver. The
intruder was hit three times. He fled and later sought help at a
nearby medical center. A neighbor of White commented, "If you ask
me, I think the intruder got just what he deserves."
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