Armed Pennsylvania Man Stops Intruder

posted on March 27, 2017

A Philadelphia, Pa., man who was being attacked by a home intruder used his gun to put an end to the dangerous situation early Friday morning.

According to a report at Philly.com, local police said a would-be robber forced his way into a home by pointing a gun at the resident when he was trying to leave and ordering him back inside. Once back in the home, the robbery suspect held the man and another at gunpoint and demanded money and jewelry.

During a scuffle, the resident managed to get to his own gun and ordered the intruder to stop. When the would-be robber pointed his gun at the man, he shot him in the head.

The wounded intruder was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was listed in critical condition.

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