Paul Lawson arrived home one afternoon to find his mother
had been locked out of his house when she went outside to retrieve
the mail. Upon entering his house, Lawson realized someone else was
inside, as it had been ransacked and his locked bedroom door had
been kicked in. When Lawson picked up his gun and looked around, he
discovered a man hiding in the shower stall. He then ordered the
intruder to put up his hands and lie down on the floor. While
waiting for police to arrive, the would-be burglar tried to force
his way out of the house; but Lawson struggled with the suspect,
wrestled him to the floor, and held him there until the police
arrived, said Chino Police Sgt. John Vega.
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