The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, Calif., 02/28/06
Monday, May 1, 2006
Sandra Phillips was about to take her two dogs for a walk when,
according to police, an armed assailant dressed in black and wearing
a ninja-style mask grabbed her outside her garage. The woman
struggled, broke away and ran screaming into the house with the
attacker in pursuit. Her screams awoke her husband, Lou Phillips,
who grabbed his .357 Mag. revolver and fired three times. The
intruder died at the scene. He had been carrying a gun, handcuffs,
tarps, a blindfold and, curiously, a pocket full of hot dogs. The
local police chief said the incident was "completely out of the
blue" for the town.
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