For most Americans, the simple task of walking the family dog would probably rank amongst the most uneventful chores of the week.

For one Michigan woman however, a relaxing evening stroll with her dog on December 2nd soon turned into a traumatic situation she would never forget.

While on her walk through the Maple Grove apartments in Sterling Heights Michigan, she noticed the driver of a van behaving very suspiciously.

Thankfully for this woman, her legally concealed firearm was inside her jacket when the would-be attacker approached.

As reported by FOX 32:

“Police say she noticed a man get out of the van on the other side of the street and started walking parallel to her.

Feeling uneasy, the woman, who is in her 40s, and a CPL holder, says she immediately put her hand on her gun that was hidden under her jacket.

 

Keeping her eye on the man, and continuing to hold her gun, she got to the end of the street and the suspect disappeared.

But then not even a minute later, that's when he came toward her.

"He grabbed the back of her jacket and tried to grab her and pull her towards him," Dwojakowski said.

The woman says she saw the man holding something shiny, possibly a knife.

"She put the gun into the suspect's stomach and said, 'I don't want to kill you,'" Dwojakowski said.

Police say the man appeared shocked and quickly ran off.”

Had it not been for her keen alertness and concealed firearm, who knows what horrors this woman might have faced on the night of the 2nd.

It is the unfortunate truth that in this day and age a violent attacker could be lurking around any corner.

Now more than ever, we need to strengthen our right to keep and bear arms. To do otherwise would leave countless law abiding citizens defenseless.

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Tuesday, 23 August 2016 11:48

91-year-old shoots robbery suspect

 
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A 91-year-old man had just gotten out of his car when a suspect approached him in the parking lot. The elderly man warned the suspect that he had a concealed carry permit, but the suspect wouldn’t leave him alone.


When the suspect pulled out an unknown object and pointed it at the man, the 91-year-old pulled out his gun and shot him.


The suspect fled, but police later arrested him. He was taken to a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

Local news reports:

EASTPOINTE, Mich. (WJBK) - Police said a 91-year-old man shot a man they say was going to try and rob him in the parking lot of an Eastpointe pharmacy.

The 91-year-old man pulled into the Rite Aid parking lot around 10:15 am Monday and got out of his vehicle. That's when he said the suspect made him feel uneasy. He said the suspect approached him and was acting erratically, even as the victim walked away.

He warned the suspect that he was a CPL holder but it didn't stop him. When the suspect pulled out an unknown object and pointed it at the 91-year-old, the man pulled his gun and shot him.

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Police were investigating a single-car crash around midnight where the driver had fled the scene.


In their pursuit, they came to a nearby house, and discovered that the driver had broken into the house. The intruder had refused to leave, and an armed male resident had shot the suspect in the neck.


The suspect was taken to a hospital with minor injuries. Officials identified him as a parole fugitive.

Local news reports:

CLARE COUNTY, Michigan — Police said a resident shot a man who allegedly broke into a home in Clare County, Michigan.

Dispatchers at the Clare County 911 center received a call just before 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 4th from a home in the 2000 block of S. Old State Avenue in Lincoln Township for reports of a man who had just broken into a home and was still inside.

The caller said the intruder, a 36-year-old from Farewell, refused to leave and was saying he had just killed a cop down the road.

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Thursday, 04 August 2016 15:17

Robbery victim shoots, overcomes attackers

 
Two suspects lured a man outside of an apartment building, intending to rob him. When the victim refused to give them his money, one of them hit him in the face with a weapon.


At that point, the victim used his own gun to defend himself. He hit one suspect in the face, and sent the other running.


The wounded suspect is expected to recover. Police have the fugitive in custody.

Local news reports:

Benton Harbor, Mich. — Police are investigating a shooting and armed robbery in Benton Harbor.

Officials say it happened outside of Harbor Towers around 4 p.m. Wednesday. Two suspects apparently planned to rob the victim so they lured him to the west side of the building.

When the victim refused to give them money, officials say one of the suspects hit him in the face with a weapon.

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Four men in their twenties ganged up on a man walking home from work and demanded his valuables.


They struck him in the head with a baton for not giving them his belongings quickly enough. However, he was carrying a concealed firearm, and he opened fire on them, hitting one and scattering the others.


The injured suspect was arrested and is in the hospital. The other perpetrators have not been found.

Local news reports:

DETROIT (WJBK) - A licensed gun carrier that was being robbed shot at his attackers Thursday morning on the city's west side, hitting at least one of them.

Police said four suspects robbed a 29-year-old off-duty security guard who was on his way home. The incident took place near the corner of Livernois and 7 Mile.

Attackers hit the security guard in the head with a baton when he didn’t hand over his belongings fast enough.

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Burglars had broken into this homeowner’s residence before, and he had been beaten up.


He decided he wouldn’t be a victim again. So when three intruders broke down his front door early Sunday morning, he fired at them.


Two of them ran off, but he hit the third one, who was hospitalized for his injury.

Local news reports:

JACKSON, MI — The last time someone broke into Richard Snyder’s Jackson home, the perpetrator beat him, leaving him with fractured cheek bones and bruised ribs.

This time, Snyder shot at the intruders who broke down his front door early Sunday, July 17.

“His life was in danger,” said Snyder’s son, Joseph Snyder, 34, as he stood in the yard outside the house they share on N. Waterloo Street, south of Ganson Street.

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When Didarul Sarder saw a woman being stabbed he drew his concealed handgun and saved her life. Following the incident Sarder was later fired, only to be offered his job back days later.

Local news reports:

Didarul Sarder lost his job for pulling a gun to rescue a woman who was being stabbed to death, but he never regretted his split-second decision.

“I would do it all over again,” he told Fox affiliate WJBK. “If I could save this woman’s life over a job. I can get another job.”

Fortunately for Sarder, that won’t be necessary.

The 32-year-old has been offered his job back after his bosses at a General Motors Technical Center in Warren, Mich., reversed their unpopular decision, allowing the valet service supervisor to return to work.

See more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/02/11/i-would-do-it-all-over-again-says-hero-fired-for-using-concealed-handgun-to-save-womans-life/

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Thursday, 07 January 2016 12:31

Detroit Man Shoots Armed Mugger

This man defended himself from an armed mugger. Carry everyday, you never know when you will need it.

Local news reports:

A would-be robber ended up in the hospital Tuesday night after trying to mug a concealed pistol license holder in Detroit, police said.

The armed suspect approached another man about 8:15 p.m. near Ohio and Beechdale on the city’s west side then “announced the hold-up,” said Sgt. Cassandra Lewis, a spokeswoman for the Detroit Police Department.

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This Detroit Pastor defended himself from an attacker.

Local news reports:

A pastor who fatally shot a man inside a Detroit storefront church won't face charges, prosecutors announced Friday.

The Wayne County prosecutor's office said in a news release that the pastor of City of God church on the city's northwest side "had an honest and reasonable belief" that he and others were at risk of death or harm Oct. 18, when Deante Smith rushed at him with a brick.

Authorities say the 25-year-old Smith forced his way inside the church, pushed the pastor's mother to the ground and rushed past men restraining him and toward the pastor, brandishing the brick. The pastor shot him once, then multiple times when Smith approached him again.

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Thursday, 03 December 2015 04:50

Armed Citizen Stops Crime Spree in Detroit

A Detroit bar owner ended the criminals' crime spree.

Local news reports:

DETROIT - A group of men terrorized food truck operators and bar owners in Detroit.

Police busted the two of three suspects after one victim finally decided to take matters into his own hands. The Mexican Town crime spree was stopped thanks to a sharp security guard, a brave victim and good old fashioned police work.

They would eventually be stopped when they tried to hold up Happy Bar on Green Street, thanks to the owner.

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