The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Fort Worth, Tex., 03/15/08
Sunday, June 1, 2008
LOUD NOISES INTERRUPTED Julius Billy's discussion with his wife.
According to police, a man tried to kick open the back door and
continued lurking outside. Billy says he was forced into action
because the man was on the side of the house where his 5-year-old
slept. He grabbed his 9mm handgun and repeatedly ordered the man to
the ground, but he wouldn't comply. " ... He kept coming toward me:
Billy recalled. "He even jumped a little fence towards me and said,
'Go ahead. Shoot me'" Billy did just that, and the man fell. Billy
ran inside to ensure his wife was calling 9-1-1, then returned to
the back yard. " ... This time he told me not to shoot" Billy said
Police arrested the man minutes later.
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