Posted July 19, 2017 1:25 pm by Comments

By John Falkenberg

BLOOMFIELD, KY — A burglar looking to break into a teenage girl’s room was sorely disappointed when he not only missed the girl, but was held at gunpoint until authorities arrived.

But first, of course, he had to make introductions with the family dog.

As Lex18 reports:

It was an eventful Saturday morning for the quiet neighborhood. Chris Stevens, the homeowner, said a teen broke a lock on their daughter’s bedroom window and snuck inside. But she wasn’t home, instead he was greeted by the family dog.

Stevens says he woke up when he heard his wife screaming, so he grabbed his gun and pointed his pistol at the potential burglar.

Stevens says he held the teen at gunpoint until sheriff’s deputies arrived.

Police say the burglar was identified as 18-year-old Garrett Inghram.

This is the teen who was arrested in the Nelson Co home invasion, Garrett Inghram. He turned down our request for an interview @LEX18News pic.twitter.com/Ut1KzH3Fks

— Conroy Delouche (@ConroyDelouche) July 3, 2017

Now, who knows whether or not this teen was actually trying to get access to the home specifically for the daughter, but it’s a far more productive learning moment …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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