Los Angeles Daily News, Woodland Hills, CA, 10/19/06
Monday, January 1, 2007
A California woman was playing the role of getaway driver as her
gang-member son looked for a home to burglarize, according to
police. When the suspect found a target, he broke the lock on the
screen door and began yelling at the female occupant. The burglar
gave chase as the woman fled to the backyard, but she halted his
advance with three rounds from a .38-caliber revolver. The intruder
ran back to his mother, and the homeowner phoned police. When the
suspects failed to locate a hospital, the "mother of the year"
flagged down a sheriff's deputy. The deputy, however, was responding
to the victim's 9-1-1 call and apprehended mother and son.
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