When seconds count, police are minutes away. That’s why we have a 2nd Amendment. And our Founders were wise indeed.
An Alabama family that had fallen victim to a home burglary last week happened to spot the suspected intruders Sunday as they drove down the street — and they didn’t let them escape.
According to WBRC-TV, the Wyatts happen to spot the three intruders as they drove down a neighborhood road after committing yet another break-in robbery at different house.
As soon as they caught a glimpse of the crooks, the family followed their vehicle, stopped them and held them at gunpoint until police arrived on the scene.
That’s the way you do it.
“They happened to drive by and we seen them drive by and we knew it was them and we stopped them,” Chris Wyatt told WBRC.
“They tried to say that they were lost and we corrected them where they were,” he added.
Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies later arrived on the scene and took a man and two women into custody. Officers also recovered stolen goods from their vehicle,WBRC reported.
Surveillance footage captured the suspects breaking into the Wyatt family home this weekend. The three creeps stole two TVs and even several Christmas presents — including gifts for the family’s 1-year-old son.
Just two days later, deputies responded to another burglary where a computer monitor, trumpet knife collection and jewelry were among things stolen, WBRC reported, citing Chief Deputy Randy Christian. As officers investigated the crime at that house, they received a phone call from the Wyatt family notifying them the suspects were being detained at gunpoint.
Sarah Wyatt told WBRC they hope they will get their stolen items back.
“Sure hope so, if they don’t at least we’re all safe and in one piece and they are off the street for now,” she said.
Wyatt Earp meet the Wyatts. Simply awesome.
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