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| September 16, 2021


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Police: Resident scuffles with burglar caught in the act in Redding

Kelli Saam
A Redding resident got into a scuffle with a burglar caught in the act late Tuesday. The suspect who was arrested was 24-year-old, Geoffrey McKay of Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Redding police say the victim had returned home Tuesday before 10 p.m. in the 2900 block of Polk Street. Police said the resident found a man inside the home getting ready to take off with stolen items. The suspect reportedly assaulted the victim and the two fought before the intruder took off.

Police said they located McKay running through the neighborhood and he resisted arrest. They used a K9 to take him into custody.

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  1. Frankie Cee says:

    “the resident found a man inside the home,,,”
    Inside the home, is a threat, and the perp wasn’t perforated, or otherwise marked for identification? Shabby, just plain shabby self protection.

    • KoB says:

      Safe queen didn’t do him any good? Least the resident DID mark up the perp’s face a bit. Wonder if the K-9 Officer left any marks? One reason why I cc…everywhere…everyday.

      Not a very good write up by the reporter, looking for an update, no joy there. News feeds are full of everything but FGS of late.

      Until that tragic boat accident, there was an Overland Stage Model, Rabbit Ear, piece close by…in 12 gauge. No pad so it would do to your shoulder what (GO) Army does to (BEAT) Navy…Mule kick!

  2. Wireman611 says:

    The resident might be a now former gun control advocate.

    • Frankie Cee says:

      I was thinking along those lines, Wireman.
      More and more people are realizing that every single “gun control” law was written exclusively against the law abiding citizen. Not one has been written for the criminal element.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hyenas attacking lion meet rest of pride (with nice “play stupid games, win stupid prizes” touch at the end):