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| June 14, 2021


1911

Victim turns tables on burglary and kidnapping suspect after drawing his own firearm
By Deedee Sun

PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. — A burglary in Pierce County turned into a kidnapping situation on Wednesday when a victim walked into a crime in progress.

The incident started just after 10 a.m. in the 8700 block of 18th Avenue East in Midland.

According to deputies, a homeowner received a Ring doorbell camera notification that someone was at his home, so he asked a friend to stop by and check in.

Aiden Bullock drove over and said he saw someone coming out from a side door.

“This dude just pops his head out, and I look at him, and I’m like, ‘Hey!’ And all of a sudden, I see my buddy’s AR-15 in his hands,” Bullock said.

“The first thought in my mind was, ‘Oh, s—. How do I keep this dude from shooting me?’” he said.

Bullock said the man took his phone out of his hands — all at gunpoint.

“He’s sweating. He’s nervous. He’s twitching all over the place,” Bullock said. “I kind of feel bad for him but, at the same time, those twitchy fingers are pretty close to the trigger,” he said.

I just tried to talk him down, and I was like, ‘Hey, man. Everything is OK? Just tell me what’s going on. How can I help you?’” Bullock said.

Bullock convinced the suspect to take the stolen items — a duffel bag full of stuff and a safe — and leave.

“I really commend him for being as brave as he was. He was able to talk the suspect out of doing any harm to him,” Moss said.

But the suspect still had the gun — and that’s when Bullock decided to follow him.

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  1. President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neanderthal B Woodman Domestic Violent Extremist SuperStraight says:

    The homeowner owes his friend a new pair of undies, new pants, and a steak dinner.
    That situation could have gone sideways, too quick, too easy, for everyone involved.

    • KoB says:

      Word! Kept his cool and turned the tables on the fool. Too bad he didn’t go ahead and Pierce this fool and save the County some money. Well Done, Citizen!

      So apropos that today’s Gunz Pr0n is the premier example of the designs/works of His Most Saintly John Moses Browning (Howitzer Be His Name). The Birthday of not only the (GO) US Army, but the Day of Celebration of our Beloved Colors, The Stars and Stripes of Old Glory. Yes I am an Unreconstructed Dyed in The Gray Wool Rebel, American By Birth…Southern By The Grace of God, but I am also so very Proud to be a Patriotic American Veteran of the Oldest Armed Forces of these United States…The United States (GO) Army. I have been lurking back and forth all morning waiting for a post to be made on these two (2) topics.

      The 1911, the (GO) Army 1911 .45. The epitome of a pistol’s pistol. All other pistols suffer from an extreme case of, not only caliber envy, but lack of manliness that they are not as well constructed and Hallowed in the History and longevity of this Weapon. It was extremely difficult to not have an involuntary vascular reaction when reading the attached linky. It may be impossible to avoid an involuntary nocturnal emission during my dreams tonight. You may know, or notice from the article, that it took the (BEAT) Navy and Marine Corps two (2) years to wise up and adopt the (GO) Army .45 for their sidearm. Giving credit where credit is due, The Marines do wear the (GO) Army .45 so very well in their Dress Blues and shiny holsters.

      Happy Birthday United States Army and to “Old Glory”!

  2. 26Limabeans says:

    “Nestled” in a bed of Brass.

  3. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    Defector from the DPRK attends a US ivy-league university.

    Finds them crazier than the DPRK.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/north-korean-defector-ivy-league-nuts