Alaskan Homeowner Sends Criminal Packing

posted on November 16, 2015

Several suspects allegedly approached a home in Anchorage, Alaska, and pepper-sprayed the owner after he opened the door. They failed to count on the fact that the victim was armed, and he drew his gun and fired several shots in return. The suspects retreated and fled in their vehicle, and the homeowner met with no further harm.

Shortly afterward, a man checked into a nearby hospital with what KTVA describes as “a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his backside.” Police are investigating to determine whether his injury is related to the home invasion.

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