A 63-year-old grandmother in Alabama refused to be a victim when 2 home invaders came into her house this week. Not only did she protect her own life but the life of her granddaughter as well.
This was not the first time the grandmother has been burglarized, but this time she was ready for the home invaders.
Phyliss Law now keeps her shotgun close by, but it was her 9mm that was used when the would-be-burglar started to walk closer to her. And it looks like her accuracy was spot on as one of the rounds struck the suspect in the head.
According to fox10tv.com,
“We heard this crackling… Like wood popping and stuff. I said oh my god. He trying to come in. So I backed up to my room and got my gun and got my extra clip,” Law said.
She was hoping the suspect would go away. Instead, Law said he came closer.
“Next thing I know, he hit the lights and put all the lights on and I’m saying to myself, ‘This person been here before to know where all my lights at,’” she said. “This is ridiculous. He just comes strolling walking around. By the time…He was right here I saw the blue jogging basketball pants he was wearing. And when he got there I jumped up and just start shooting. I have no idea where I hit him. He fell right there on the floor there. “
Law’s granddaughter hid in a closet while she moved closer to the living room and got down on the ground.
Prichard police say she shot the suspect in the head.
Law fired two more shots towards the a-c unit where the suspect crawled inside.
Law knew she needed to go speak with officers, so she prepared to go outside.
“I put my clip out put it in my hand with the gun. I had my ID. I say I got to go out this door. When I went out I could hear them hollering, ‘Hands up! Hands up!’ and I was trying to tell them; they said, ‘No! Hands up! Get down!’ So I put my gun down on the deck. I dropped my ID on the deck, and I laid down on the deck they come up and they handcuffed me,” Law said.
Police eventually let her go.
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