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    Authorities Search For Suspect After Wagoner County Break-In

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    Authorities Search For Suspect After Wagoner County Break-In

    Post by Stormcrow on Wed Aug 28, 2013 9:45 pm

    WAGONER COUNTY, Oklahoma - Wagoner County Sheriff's Deputies are searching for a man who broke into Broken Arrow home with three girls inside home alone.
    It happened around 2 p.m. in the area of 4100 South 209 East Avenue.

    Deputies say they were watching TV when they heard him bust in through the back door. They took off out the front and called 911.

    The girls were able to tell deputies a few things about the suspect: he is described as 45 to 55 years old with short white hair and a gray and white beard.

    He was driving a "beat up" red truck, possibly an S-10, with a black stripe or molding and loud exhaust.

    Witnesses told invetigators the man was in his truck in the area from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thurday.
    I have a bit of personal insight into this story, which is why I am posting this.

    The father of the teen girl stated "Had I been home, this would've been the last door he kicked in."

    Now, the property isn't remote, however there is a large field behind the home, not to mention a hundred places to shoot within ten minutes, and shooting ranges in every direction that takes about one cup of coffee to get to (drinking time that is).

    Had the daughter been educated, practiced, and experienced, the fathers statement would have been true, home or not.

    It is stories such as this, that makes me feel that the mission of Girls Of Fire is so important for women, and anyone that believes they have the right to defend themselves.

    Had this been your child placed in this situation, how would it have unfolded?


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