We simply cannot keep up with all of the defensive gun uses that happen every day, but this one was definitely worth talking about. This time an Alabama woman was fortunate enough to be carrying a gun when an ex-boyfriend who had been hiding in her basement began to attack her.
According to Alabama’s 13,
Klark Alan Gray, 34, of Pelham, was charged with aggravated stalking, second-degree domestic violence, third-degree burglary and interference with a domestic violence call.
According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office, the 32-year-old female called authorities around 7 p.m. yesterday to tell them that her ex-boyfriend had broken into her house and she had shot him.
Gray had been hiding out in his ex-girlfriend’s basement when she came down stairs for a smoke. When she realized her ex-boyfriend was down there she tried to call 911 but her boyfriend grabbed the phone from her and smashed it to pieces. So much for calling 911 and waiting for the police to arrive.
After being chased around the basement the woman was finally able to draw her handgun that she kept in her pocket. I guess she didn’t get the memo from the anti-gunners that said all you needed was a rape whistle.
The woman shot the 34-year-old creeper in the leg, but when he fled from the scene he dropped his phone and the woman was able to pick it up and use it to call 911. Notice, this is the time to call 911, after the threat has been stopped.
Gray had previously been arrested when caught stripping the wire out of a mobile home while being naked.
Despite the fact that the woman might need some more time at the range, suffice it to say that no restraining order, law, or phone was able to stop this ex-boyfriend from living out his delusional dream. But where a cell phone failed her, a trusty firearm in her pocket changed the whole situation.
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