A resident of Hempfield Township, Pa., tried, at first, to halt a 3
a.m. break-in at his house by firing two shots. The intruder
allegedly used a fireplace poker and his fists to break out a pane
of glass, but refused to heed the warning and then charged the
homeowner. The next time the homeowner fired his handgun he struck
the bandit in the legs and drove him out of the house. Police
arrested the suspect and later said he would be charged with
multiple offenses. None of the family members -- husband, wife or
two young daughters -- were hurt in the home invasion, a
Pennsylvania state trooper reported.
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