by: Bill Dupray
A .357 to your head will do that.
From CJ Online.
After exercising his 2nd Amendment rights in this manner, does anybody think Eric Stucky will be burglarized again anytime soon? The Desert Eagle ought to come with an optional set of clean drawers to be handed out to foiled burglars.
Eric Stucky said he had every intention of shooting the man he caught breaking into his home Friday morning in the 2000 block of S.W. West Trail Road.. . .
About 10:30 a.m., Stucky said he peeked around the corner from his bedroom to see a large man climbing through the broken window. Returning to the bedroom, he said he heard a second person enter. He said one went to the second floor of his home and the other went into his office. Crouched on his knees, Stucky said the unarmed burglar in his office turned around to discover he was being watched.
As Stucky described it: “Then he started screaming like a little scared girl, 'Please don’t shoot me, please don’t shoot.’ ” . . .
Lucky for the burglar, he didn’t try to escape or make a threatening move while being held at gunpoint.
Pointing his .357-caliber Desert Eagle at the man in his home office, Stucky said he called 911 and explained the situation. He said sheriff’s deputies arrived about four minutes later and took the man into custody. . . .
Once sheriff’s deputies arrived, they arrested Ex’Zabra Smith, 20, of Topeka, who was booked into the Shawnee County Jail in connection with aggravated burglary, felony theft, felony criminal damage to property and a criminal street gang member offense.
H/T to Doctor Bulldog
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