The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, CA, 11/09/07
Friday, February 1, 2008
A her someone shot through Steven Troy Stewart's living room window,
the frightened Stewart began keeping a shotgun nearby. A month
later, the precaution proved a lifesaver. Stewart heard glass
breaking. He leapt from bed, grabbed his shotgun and walked toward
the front of the house. There stood a man with a gun and a gasoline
bomb. Stew-art shot several times, wounding the intruder. The
intruder fled with accomplices and later died. Three suspects were
arrested In connection with the crime andsuspicion of gang activity.
In a jailhouse interview, one suspect told a local TV station they
planned to kill Stewart, but he didn't know why.
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