The screams of his pregnant wife -- a horrible sound -- woke Roger
Gilchrist from a dead sleep. He grabbed his gun and ran to the
garage, where he discovered that his wife had driven in and stumbled
upon a gun-wielding burglar. "Under the circumstances, with him
having a gun and standing next to my pregnant wife, I'm not going to
wait and see what happens -- I'm going to fire," Gilchrist said.
Police say the burglar shot first and Gilchrist returned fire,
injuring the intruder. The suspect fled, but was apprehended shortly
thereafter. "If [my husband] didn't have that gun, we would've both
been dead," said Gilchrist's wife.
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