A 79-year-old owner in Georgia is reported to have fired two shots during an attempted home invasion earlier this month.
The actions taken by the unidentified woman to deter the intruder before the investigators could arrive at her residence on February 12 were captured during her 911 call, ABC News reported Wednesday.
The woman would have been heard on the sound of the call, obtained by the Jackson County Emergency Services Officer, confirming that someone "had tried to enter through the door of behind".
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In the middle of the alleged break-in, the woman shouted to the suspect: "I have something for you" before shooting with a weapon, according to ABC News.
She would then have fired a second shot after the person managed to get inside and climb onto another floor of her house.
"I'm waiting." When you go down the stairs, I'll blow your brains out, "I'm waiting," she shouted before firing, according to ABC News.
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The Jackson County Sheriff's Office released a Facebook press release on February 13 and confirmed that at the meeting, the owner "fired two shots at the suspect."
"The owner heard someone trying to come in through the window and headed to the back door to look out at that time, a black man was standing there." said the sheriff's office. "The owner was armed and advised the suspect not to enter her home. Shortly after, the owner heard the broken glass in the upper part of the residence.
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Although the authorities did not reveal the age or identity of the owner, WXIA reported that she was 79 years old. The sheriff's office did not immediately return the confirmation request from Fox News.
The suspect – identified as Hans E. Rogers – was apprehended by the authorities and charged with home invasion and burglary, according to the press release.
Nicole Darrah from Fox News contributed to this report.