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The Armed Citizen® December 29, 2011

Upon noticing a car following him into his neighborhood late one night, a homeowner had a bad feeling. Once he turned into his driveway, the car crept by, turned around and again drove by before stopping.

The Armed Citizen® January 6, 2012

It was not a good day on the job for one would-be burglar. First, he tried to climb in the window of 77-year-old Donald McElrea’s home, but was caught in the act. Pistol in hand, McElrea confronted the burglar.

The Armed Citizen® January 11, 2012

Hard-working attorney Curt Crowley was at the office late one evening when he heard a filing cabinet open and close.

The Armed Citizen® February 6, 2012

It was 4 a.m. when Donna Hopper awoke to a stranger attempting to enter her home. When she refused to open the door, the man announced, “I’m coming in!” Hopper wasn’t sure what to do.

The Armed Citizen® February 15, 2012

The first thing John Chapman did upon returning home to find his front door propped open was retrieve his Taurus .38-cal. revolver.

The Armed Citizen® May 15, 2012

Four armed intruders began to kick down the door of a two-story apartment, so the three inhabitants locked themselves in an upstairs bedroom and exited onto the balcony where they had no escape.

The Armed Citizen® May 29, 2012

Dale Vigliarolo and his wife were walking into Holiday Market when they spotted 43-year-old David Shuten in the parking lot wilding a large hunting knife.

The Armed Citizen® June 5, 2012

People fled in terror when a gunman entered a medical building and took several people hostage. A doctor at the practice, Jeff Ferguson, retrieved his gun and guarded an exit, allowing an estimated 50 people to escape down a stairwell, warning them, “If this guy opens this door, I’m going to have to shoot him.”

The Armed Citizen® June 12, 2012

When a resident returned home one evening, he was confronted in his driveway by a man with a gun. The victim was ordered inside the residence where his family was being held hostage.

The Armed Citizen® July 3, 2012

Rev. Henry Guyton, 71, a Baptist church pastor, called 911 one afternoon when a man at the church began acting as if he was having a heart attack. The man, 38-year-old Jesse Gates, left the church after being examined by EMS.

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