Ivory Grayson responded to a knock at his front door early one
morning. The young man on his doorstep asked for Grayson's
grandson. The 65-year-old homeowner replied that his grandson was
not there. During the conversation at his front door, Grayson
noticed a second man trying to hide from view. When the two men
returned and knocked on his door again, Grayson retrieved a handgun
before answering. Both men were armed, and they forced their way
into the home. Grayson took cover behind a living room chair and "a
gun battle ensued," reported Sacramento police spokesman Sgt.
Justin Risley. Grayson exchanged gunfire with one of the armed
intruders and killed the gunman. He then exchanged fire with the
second man at the front of the house, until the intruder fled.
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