Armed Neighbor Helps Apprehend Home Invader

posted on October 28, 2015

In Wichita, Kan., a woman was awakened by a loud noise at her front door; as she hid in the home, she heard two male intruders moving through the house and taking her possessions. Fortunately, neighbors noticed the criminal activities in progress and attempted to pursue the suspects. One of these good Samaritans held one of the alleged invaders at gunpoint until police arrived.

The man who was detained was arrested and found to have arrived in a stolen truck. Police think they have identified the second male suspect and are looking for a female accomplice. In reference to the armed neighbor, police Lt. James Espinoza said, “Kudos to him.”

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