ENON VALLEY, Pa. - Police said a former Marine came face to face with an intruder, aiming a shotgun at him.
The Lawrence County man pulled up to his friend’s house in Enon Valley, Lawrence County, and knew something wasn’t right.
“We saw someone moving around inside the house, and then he came out with my loaded 12-gauge shotgun,” said Mike Dillow.
Police said the man holding the gun was Albert Nahar.
Dillow said he knew he had to get that gun.
“There were some words. I grabbed the gun, and I hit him in the head with the butt of the gun,” said Dillow.
Dillow said he called 911 and held the guy until police arrived.
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