A crime spree was in progress. Two people were already in the
hospital with serious head injuries. Police say the suspects in that
crime, a 30-year-old man and a 16-yearold boy, chose a disabled man
and his wife as their next victims. The suspects broke into the home
with a pellet gun and baseball bat Despite the homeowner's spinal
affliction, he proved no easy victim. He drew a handgun, causing the
older intruder to flee. The younger intruder waited for authorities.
"I'm a Life member of the National Rifle Association and I
personally love homeowners being able to defend themselves and their
families," said Pulaski County, MO, Sheriff J.B. King.
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