Craig Paulson, a construction worker in Minnesota, left the front door of the bank owned home he was working in open to let in the cool fall air.
This turned out to be a mistake.
Someone took advantage of the open door, grabbed Paulson’s crowbar that was near the front door and then moved to the room Paulson was working in and confronted him.
Fortunately, Paulson is a carry permit holder and carries a firearm all the time.
Paulson drew his concealed handgun and leveled it at the armed intruder.
According to Paulson, the suspect then turned and fled, dropping the crowbar on the way out of the house. Paulson watched the suspect flee to a parked passenger car about a half a block away where he got into the driver’s side of the vehicle, but Paulson said couldn’t tell if…
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