Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Corpus Christi, TX, 09/30/05
Sunday, January 1, 2006
When Daniel Dunn stepped into his garage to investigate a noise,
things quickly turned violent. Police say that a 21-year-old man
began swinging a knife at him, cutting Dunn across the neck and
hand. Dunn managed to run into his house where he retrieved a
.22-cal. rifle, which he fired at the intruder until the man fled.
Police found his attacker after officials at a local hospital
notified them of a gunshot victim with wounds to his legs, arms and
pelvis. The suspect, who police learned had other outstanding
warrants for his arrest, was placed under guard at the hospital.
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