11-year-old girl protects herself with a shotgun from two adults who broke into her home

2 Feb , 2015  

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Mlive.com reports on an 11-year-old in Lapeer County, Michigan who was able to protect herself against two home invaders.

An 11-year-old girl used the shotgun she normally keeps to go hunting with her father to scare off a robber in her home, police said.

The girl was alone at her North Branch Township home on Five Lakes Road about 3:45 p.m. on Jan. 30 when police said she surprised burglars who had broken into the house.

The girl hid in a bathroom closet, where she grabbed her shotgun that police said she stores in a gun safe.

When one of the burglars opened the closet door, police said the girl — whose parents were due home from work a short time later — pointed the shotgun at him and he ran off.

“The 12-gauge shotgun is her weapon,” said Lapeer County Sheriff Detective Sgt. Jason Parks. “She and her father are into hunting and avid sportsmen. She was familiar with that weapon.”

Parks praised the girl’s responsibility, poise and composure.

“She is fully capable of staying there by herself as we can clearly see based on this situation,” he said. “She was able to defend herself from an intruder and be able to resolve an event even most adults would be taken aback by.” . . .


One Response

  1. Blaine H. says:

    Dr. Lott,

    Just what would Bloomberg, Obama, Biden, etc., etc. say they would have PREFERRED to have happened? Would they be happier if the young lady had been raped and murdered? Seriously.

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