James Carter became aware something was not quite right when he
noticed someone had damaged his front door. The Augusta, Ga.,
homeowner told police he then heard a loud noise and that's when he
saw a man standing in his living room. Carter aimed a .357 Mag.
revolver at the man and fired three shots, but the intruder escaped.
Police investigating the break-in recovered a gray jersey that may
have been left by the unwelcome visitor.
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