Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Ontario, CA, 6/15/07
Saturday, September 1, 2007
Police say two or three men who broke into a home looking for drugs
messed up big time."The victims had never seen them before. They
probably picked the wrong house," explained Los Angeles County
Sheriff's Sgt. Charles Jurcak. "[The suspects] entered the location,
confronted the husband and demanded to know where the pot was!' When
the couple said they didn't know anything about marijuana, the
frustrated intruders began to beat them. While they focused on the
husband, the wife went to the bedroom to retrieve a firearm. On her
way back, she was confronted in the hallway by one of the intruders
and shot him several times. The suspects fled, but the injured
intruder was found lying nearby and arrested.
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