A barbecue trailer restaurant owner near Jacksonville, Florida, held a would be burglar at gunpoint until police arrived. First Coast ABC News and NBC News published a story about the incident on their site.
The incident occurred on Thursday, July 19. The woman restaurant owner victim had become distraught at having suffered through numerous burglaries. She’s able to lock the door to her barbecue trailer restaurant, Smoke in the City, but the bottom of the door is broken. That allows robbers to pull out the bottom of the door and then crawl into the trailer.
After several robberies, the victim decided to hide out and wait to see if an individual attempted to rob her restaurant. She didn’t wait long. Soon, an individual opened the bottom of the door and crawled through.
That’s when the victim, identified as Jovette Williams, sprung into action. She held the suspect at gunpoint until deputies could arrive.
Deputies identified the suspect as Isaac Palmer. No word yet on what deputies charged Palmer with.
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