A Southeast Houston grandmother defended her family from a man exposing his genitals to her granddaughter, reported ABC 13 News.
Granny Jean, 68, said the man was riding a bike down her street when he tried to break into her home.
“Some guy pulled off his pants and pulled his pants open, playing with his thing, and he ran up and I told him to get away from my door, or I will shoot him,” Jean said.
The man, who has not been identified did not heed her warning. “And he kept coming and reached for my door after it was locked, so I shot through the door,” Jean said.
The man tried to run away but collapsed once he was shot. Police arrived at the scene and he was taken to the hospital.
Authorities say he was shot near the chest, but is expected to survive.
From their balloons, the first aeronauts transformed our view of the world
Near the beginning of the new film “The Aeronauts,” a giant gas-filled balloon called the “Mammoth” departs from London’s Vauxhall Gardens and ascends into the clouds, revealing a bird’s eye view of London.
To some moviegoers, these breathtaking views might seem like nothing special: Modern air travel has made many of us take for granted what we can see from the sky. But during the 19th century, the vast “ocean of air” above our heads was a mystery.
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Demand grows for Pete Buttigieg to come clean about his time at ‘corporate greed machine’ McKinsey
"The political risk is not that his former employer, a multibillion-dollar corporate entity that promotes fraud across the globe, will be mad at him. It's what he would have to disclose."
Days after reports surfaced about the global consulting firm McKinsey's work advising the Trump administration on immigration policy, calls are growing louder for South Bend, Indiana mayor and 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg to disclose details about the work he did for the company.