What sounded like an explosion outside a Michigan mans home set off
a bizarre chain of events. According to police, when the homeowner
looked out his window around 2 a.m., he saw that a Jeep had crashed
into his garage. Armed with a handgun, he went outside and found a
man trying to dislodge the vehicle. A yelling match ensued and the
man drove off, but returned with his lights off. The homeowner,
fearful diat the driver was trying to hit him or run him over, hid ;
behind a car, and the suspect accelerated and smashed into it twice.
The homeowner then fired four shots at the Jeep, but his gun jammed,
so he ran inside to retrieve another firearm while his wife and
neighbors phoned police. When the homeowner returned, the driver of
the Jeep accelerated toward him so he fired two more shots at the
vehicle. The driver, whose vehicle was riddled with bullet holes,
then left the subdivision and was apprehended by police.
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