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Bad guy with agun

2017-10-11 15:21:04.62344+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Petaluma Police Department: 51 Year Old Male from Eureka arrested in Downtown Petaluma with rifle.

A short time later, Morgan was seen by a witness on Western Ave. near American Alley holding an AR-15 assault type rifle. The citizen grabbed Morgan and was able to get the rifle away from Morgan who then ran northbound down American Alley. The citizen who was able to get the rifle from Morgan lost sight of him as he ran down American Alley.

Bad guy with gun stopped by good guy with superior grappling skills. Go unnamed citizen!

[ related topics: Law Enforcement Guns ]

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#Comment Re: Bad guy with agun made: 2017-10-11 21:23:03.34088+00 by: Larry Burton

I applaud this unarmed citizen. He is a good guy with skills.

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