When they heard two fugitives were on the loose in their Paradise
Valley, Wyoming, neighborhood, Eugene Summers and his stepson, Bobby
Allison, armed themselves with a shovel and a gun and took a look
around Summers' property. They discovered the two men hiding under a
tarp in Summers' shop. One of the crooks snatched a crowbar off the
wall and swung it at Summers, who responded by hitting the man in
the head with his gun. When the accomplice approached Summers'
stepson, Allison whacked him with his shovel. "They minded a lot
better after that," Summers reported. Police arrived soon after and
led the pair of criminals away in handcuffs. The men, identified as
Christopher Sylvester and Joel Schott, were charged with buying and
receiving stolen property and criminal entry.
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