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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Oklahoma Mom shotguns home invader



Two guys are trying to break into her locked home while she is inside with her baby.  She is on the phone with a 911 dispatcher for 21-minutes while waiting for the police to arrive.  CNN has the story HERE.


2 comments:

Pumice said...

Okay, let's go ahead and share the cliche,

"When seconds count, the police are only minutes away."

Grace and peace.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Heh. That was the exact line I used when I told my wife about the incident.

To further prove the point, last night I heard on the police radio a call to a domestic problem at my next-door neighbors house. I told my wife the police would not show for 20-minutes and that was how long it took the two squads to arrive.