A 79-year-old Georgian homeowner is said to have fired two shots earlier this month in an attempted invasion of domestic weapons.
The measures taken by the unidentified woman to fend off the intruder before the responders could recover Arrived at their residence on February 1
According to reports, the woman was heard on the sound of the call the point of sale had received from Jackson County Emergency Services employees. tried to get into the back door. "
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In the midst of the alleged burglary, the woman called out to the suspect," I have something for you, "before firing a gun, according to ABC News.
She is reported to have fired a second shot later after the person managed to get to another floor of her house.
"I" I'm waiting for you. When you come down the stairs, I'll let your damn brains out. I'm waiting, "she shouted before taking the shot, according to ABC News.
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Sheriff County in Jackson County He shared A Facebook press release on February 13, confirming that the homeowner fired "two shots at the suspect during the encounter."
"The homeowner heard someone try to enter a window and went to their back door To see when a black man stood there, "said the sheriff's office. The homeowner was armed and advised the suspect not to enter his house. A short time later, the homeowner heard broken glass on the upper floor of the residence.
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. While the authorities did not disclose the age or identity of the homeowner, WXIA stated that she was 79 years old Fox did not return immediately ws & # 39; request confirmation.
According to the press release, the suspect – identified as Hans E. Rogers – was arrested by authorities and charged with house arrest and burglary.
Nicole Darrah of Fox News contributed to this report.