A 37-year-old homeowner had his house in Pennsylvania broken into by a violent criminal last week. But the homeowner who had no cell phone or landline phone ended up using Facebook to ask for help after the altercation ended with the suspect being shot.
This was the second home that night that the suspect tried to burglarize. Earlier that day, in the middle of the day, Johnathan Braden had broken into another home with another man. The homeowner of that home ended up calling deputies who caught the one man, but left Braden on the loose.
Instead of laying low, Braden broke into another house less than a mile away. But this homeowner did not have a phone to call 911. He had something better. He had a gun.
As soon as the homeowner,Theron Dunn, heard some noises in his house he grabbed his gun and soon found the home invader in his house. The intruder was armed, but Dunn was somehow able to convince the suspect to drop his weapon. Hmm… wonder if the homeowner would have been so convincing if he didn’t have a gun in his hands.
If Dunn had reached for his phone (which he didn’t have) except for his gun, the suspect would have still been armed and more likely to use his own gun. But this is not a point that anti-gunners are going to make.
At some point there was a physical altercation and the suspect began to attack Dunn. While being choked Dunn was able to grab his firearm and shoot the suspect.
And since he didn’t have a phone he turned to Facebook to ask for help. Someone saw the post he made and called the police on his behalf.
Some will be critical of this homeowner not having a phone. But if he had to choose between a gun and a phone… he made the right choice. And he is alive today because of it.
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