Good for him. Bet that wasn't reported on national news.I do not have a link, but 3 days ago an elderly couple was found dead in their home. When the police were called a neighbor was holding two teenagers at gunpoint. This happened in Lampe, MO, last thursday I believe. He unfortunately couldn't prevent the murder, but he sure as hell stopped them from getting away.
The little scumbags who murdered the couple in MO had escaped from an "at risk boys ranch", whatever that is. You're right; it will not make the national news. Publicizing stories like this one is counter to the anti-self defense, anti-gun agenda of the sorry a$$ed national "news" organizations.I do not have a link, but 3 days ago an elderly couple was found dead in their home. When the police were called a neighbor was holding two teenagers at gunpoint. This happened in Lampe, MO, last thursday I believe.
http://www.wzzm13.com/news/article/...found-murdered-inside-Missouri--vacation-homeLAMPE, Mo. (News-Leader & WZZM) - Two juveniles suspected of killing an elderly West Michigan couple Thursday had run away from a local at-risk boys ranch earlier this week, officials have confirmed.
"The boys had run away, and we had reported that to the proper authorities," said Richard Bottorf, chairman of Lives Under Construction Ranch.
The two are suspected of killing Paul and Margaret Brooks in a Table Rock Lake home Thursday night. Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader said police had no indication from the report that the boys were dangerous.
Stone County deputies received a call from a resident of Trace Hollow Road at 5:43 p.m. Thursday. The man reported that he was holding two young men at gunpoint after confronting them for suspicious behavior.
The man continued to hold the juveniles, ages 15 and 16, at gunpoint for 14 minutes until the first sheriff's deputy arrived at 1722 Trace Hollow Road. The suspects are in custody but are not being held in Stone County, juvenile officer Keith Parris said. There is no juvenile facility in Stone County.