1/25/2013

Wheelchair bound veteran uses gun to stop home invasion

From Athens, Georgia:
Authorities say a U.S. Army veteran who uses a wheelchair wielded a pistol to run off a man who broke into his home near Athens. 
The Athens Banner-Herald reports (http://bit.ly/11Wcnjg) that 53-year-old Mark Sikes was in bed at his home in western Clarke County around 1 p.m. Wednesday, when someone kicked in his front door. 
Sikes said he reached into his night stand and grabbed his pistol. He said he then pointed the gun at the intruder and and told him he "better get the hell out." 
Sikes said the young man "flew like a bat" and is lucky that he wasn't killed by the veteran. . . .

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