By Tom Knighton
The one thing any parent wants to know is that their child can take care of themselves in troubled times. We try to teach them how to call 9-1-1 and what to do in case of a fire. You do your best to make sure they know everything they need to know and you pray that it sticks.
For the parents of one nine-year-old boy in Indiana, that’s not an issue.
Kevin Cooksey and Kyle Sparling stopped by the One Stop as strangers for different reason, Cooksey needed ibuprofen for his wife and Sparling wanted Doritos. They didn’t know they’d end up leaving together and chasing after someone they say tried to steal both their cars.
“When I saw my truck door open, I was like, ‘oh my God, what am I going to tell my wife?’” said Cooksey.
That’s because Cooksey’s 9 year old son, Larry Larimore, was inside – with the engine running.
“I was thinking, I hope my son knew what to do in that situation,” said Cooksey.
“As soon as he opened the door, I got scared,” said Larimore. “So I pulled out the pellet gun and pointed it to his head.”
That scared the man enough to get him …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms