Kersten Von Seebach met his match when he attempted to break into
an Erwin, Tenn., home. The 56-year-old homeowner heard the
commotion when Seebach broke through her porch door and then tried
to force his way through her front door. At that point the woman
grabbed her cordless phone and a pistol and went out the back door.
The angry homeowner confronted the would-be burglar in front of her
house, fired a shot in his direction and called the police. She
told them to hurry as she had shot at him once and would do it
again if she had to. It took authorities only six minutes to arrive
at the scene where they arrested Seebach and charged him with
aggravated burglary and unlawful possession of a weapon.
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