An alleged bare burglar met his match earlier this month when he tried to invade the house of a 79-year-old pistol-packing great-grandmother in Georgia.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Workplace says Gwendolyn Agard known as 911 on Feb. 12 when she heard somebody try and get in her window. Agard went downstairs and located a person that “didn’t don’t have any pants on” standing close to the again door.
“I stated, ‘motherf*****, if you happen to come any additional, you’re a useless son of a b****’,” she instructed WXIA.
When that didn’t work, Agard grabbed her .38 calibre revolver to guard herself and a blind consumer she was caring for.
“OK, come on! I acquired one thing for you,” the lady shouted because the emergency operator tried to interject.
Agard fired two pictures on the suspect when he almost made it within the residence with a rubber mallet.
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The person then made his means up the outside and into the second stage of the house forcing Agard to seize an even bigger gun — her .45 calibre revolver.
“If you come down these stairs, I’m gonna blow your rattling brains out,” she exclaimed earlier than she fired a warning shot.
Hans E. Rogers, 20, was arrested with out incident and charged with residence invasion and housebreaking. Agard says he was discovered hiding in a closet and sporting her granddaughter’s pants.
Police launched almost 10 minutes of the 911 dialog the place Agard appeared a far cry from the courageous warrior she performed on that day.
“I’m simply scared. Please hurry. Please hurry,” she pleads in whispers. “Please, please pricey God. Lord have mercy.”
However these rational fears have been repeatedly interrupted by ideas of her household.
“I assumed, ‘I couldn’t die with out my youngsters.’ And, I simply acquired this burst of vitality,” she instructed NBC.
Rogers is at the moment within the Jackson County Jail with out bond.
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