Man survives violent home invasion and lives to warn others

Tom McCarver came home last Saturday to find a man in his kitchen with a gun pointed at his head.

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Gregg777 - 11/21/2013 12:09 PM
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document.getElementById("Fox doesnt put much effort into editing, you should read the story "Store owner catches thief trying to sale stolen phones back to him", sell? sale? sail? cell?).style.color="#ff0000";

Steve In Tulsa - 11/20/2013 8:35 PM
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Do they actually teach journalism these days? What the hell is "then past off his credit cards" if not complete failure to communicate? One normally passes one's credit cards. And what passes is not exactly past so much as passed. Where is the editor?

karlschneider - 11/20/2013 8:26 PM
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Send the perp over here to my house for a visit...I'll save the state many thousands of dollars and won't even charge them for the 84 cent bullet.
 
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