POLICE SAY TWO brave brothers with concealed-carry permits quashed
an apparent road-rage incident. It began when a man was rear-ended
and started yelling at the occupants of the other car. The argument
escalated until he began shooting a gun into the air. At that point,
passersby Paul and William Webber saw the man and quickly did a
u-turn. The Webbers unholstered their guns, demanded the man put his
hands in the air and held him for police. "If you see people doing
wrong and especially putting lives at danger, said William Webber,
23, "it's pretty clear what you have to do." Memphis police Sgt.
Robert Tutt called the brothers' actions, "Very responsible, very
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