BRAD CORREIA was tucking his young children into bed when he heard a
knock at the front door. He holstered his .45, then opened the door
to find an 18-year-old man claiming his car had broken down.
According to police, Correia let him in. "His clothes were soaked,
he was bleeding and he'd lost one sneaker in the mud. I thought that
if he were my son, I'd want someone to help him ... ," Correia
explained. But the teen's story kept changing, so Correia secretly
phoned police and discovered that his guest was a suspected purse-
snatcher. When the suspect realized who was on the other line, he
leapt from the chair. "That's when I pulled my gun," Correia said.
The suspect quickly changed his tune and police apprehended him
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