“The burglar was first seen smashing windows just after midnight at a business in the 2700 block of North Pittsburgh. A neighbor saw him, called police and then chased after him. As police began tracking him with K-9s, just 15 minutes later that burglar — Sean Denny — showed up at a home in the 2000 block of East Dalton.” He chose poorly . . .
This, from kxly.com:
“Lady called saying that somebody had forced their way into her house, she had grabbed a firearm that she kept for her own personal protection, fired one round, ended up hitting the wall and then she held him at gunpoint in her living while the police responded, (Spokane Police Lieutenant Dean) Sprague said.
That lady was Sandy Mize. She’s a grandmother of so she knows how to deal with unruly behavior.
Authorities said that Mize’s actions couldn’t have been more appropriate, and they recognized her efforts for a job well done by giving her a Spokane Junior Police Badge.
One of her grandchildren will surely know what to do with that badge.