A homeowner in Maypearl, Texas was at home watching TV when she heard a suspicious noise at the door. When she got up to investigate, the woman spotted one of a pair of armed criminals trying to get into her home.
A cab driver was driving a passenger in Jericho, N.Y. when the passenger asked the cabbie how much money he was carrying and directed him to a parking lot. Suspicious, …
As Derek LeBlanc was leaving his home for work at 5 a.m. he noticed the rear window of his truck was smashed and that a criminal was inside.
Charlie Blackmore Jr. was driving home from work at 4 a.m. through West Allis, Wis. when he noticed a man beating a woman who was lying on the ground, who according to Blackmore suffered a “big laceration by her eye” and what looked like a broken nose. Blackmore, a Marine Corps veteran and Right-to-Carry permit holder, immediately pulled over, exited the vehicle, and ordered the man to halt the attack
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A north Tulsa homeowner ended a home invasion by firing a shot at the intruder on Wednesday morning.
A liquor store employee shot a suspected robber Saturday morning on West State Street. Winnebago County sheriff’s deputies responded to Mosey’s Liquor Store, 4203 W. State St. shortly after midnight in reference to a silent hold-up alarm.
A Little Rock store owner shot a robber Thursday night after the assailant opened fire during a holdup.
Authorities later arrested and charged the suspect, who is identified in a police report as 21-year-old Alvin Aikens.