A pastor and a 17-year-old boy were guarding their church's
fireworks stand late at night when a group of suspicious juveniles
approached. According to police, the suspects tried to enter the
stand and concocted a phony story when confronted. They returned
thirty minutes later. This time, two or three suspects attempted to
distract the pastor while the others went around and again tried to
sneak inside the stand."When the 17-year-old confronted them, they
began assaulting him" said Muskogee, OK, Deputy Police Chief Johnny
Teehee. "The boy was screaming for help .... " The pastor answered
his cries, shooting one of the assailants, who will be arrested
after his release from the hospital. Four other juveniles were also
arrested. The 17-year-old was treated at the hospital and released.
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