Indiana Woman Fends Off Intruder

posted on February 27, 2016

A Brooklyn, Ind., senior citizen used her gun to scare off a home intruder on Wednesday.

According to local police, a man entered the home of the the 66-year-old woman around noon, struggled with her and then restrained her to a piece of furniture. He then started going through her belongings, looking for items to steal.

While he was searching, the woman was able to free herself, get her gun and confront the intruder. After another brief struggle, he fled the scene. According to Fox59.com, authorities described the victim of the home invasion as a “tough lady.”

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