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I just caught someone trying to break into my house

Illustration for article titled I just caught someone trying to break into my house

Of all the days to let my brother borrow my Saiga 12.

Quickly told, I haven't been home since early Thursday morning. I have a front motion sensing light and one in the rear the of course, burned out at the worst possible time.

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Anywho, I pull in, open the door to my dark house around 9:20pm, I look toward the rear where the two sliding doors thinking...."why is there a light on inside?"

Welp, sure enough there was a young female with a huge white dog on my rear deck flashing a cheapo LED flashlight inside my house looking around.

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I shouted, "HEY Muh FUCKA!"

She then took off into the darkness of my back yard. I call Porsche 911 GT3 and told them there was someone in my back yard. All the while I am looking for my katana. At that moment she takes off through the side door that she broke to get in. 3 Rozzer Crown Vics arrive from 3 directions in seriously less than 2 minutes.They didn't see anyone matching the description on the street so the went in the housecarefully. House was empty. None of my neighnors saw anything. The crim got away.

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Kind of a little paranoid but mostly pissed the fuck off. I kind of wish she or if she had an accomplice come back, especially when I have my Saiga 12 with a 15 clip full of buck shot. If you're going to shoot a crim for breaking into your home (the thing that took years to get through real work busting ass for pennies), ya might as well put a giant hole through them. Jail won't do anything. A giant hole through their torso would lol. Like one of my neighbors said (which the rest agreed), "I would of just shot their ass" Agreed sir :]

F all that noise. Especially when my wife gets here in which she will be all alone here most of the day.

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