Armed Neighbor Stops Violent Attack

posted on April 22, 2016

An Erie, Pa., homeowner recently used his firearm to come to the rescue of neighbors who were being savagely attacked.

According to local police, a man, who was on the run from police for kidnapping, burst into a random home on Tuesday morning and began beating the occupant and his wife. Upon hearing the altercation, a neighbor grabbed his gun, ran to the home and shot the attacker.

The attacker was placed in the Erie County Prison on $500,000 bond. According to police, the neighbor will not be charged.

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