A resident in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, subdued a drunken intruder early this past Sunday morning on Nov. 19 with his firearm before police arrived. Public Opinion Online, a part of the USA Today Network, published a story about the illegal intrusion.
The incident occurred at around 1:00 am this past Sunday. Shippensburg Police rushed to a residence in the 100 block of North Washington Street. The call that came into police said that a drunken individual had illegally broken into a home.
The resident confronted the drunken intruder. Upon seeing the resident holding his firearm, the drunken intruder fled. The resident pursued the suspect. After catching up with the suspect, the resident held the suspect on the ground by gunpoint.
Upon arriving, police found 21-year-old Tanner Solarczy. A sobriety test revealed that Solarczy’s blood-alcohol level was .333. Solarczy said that he had entered the wrong home. He thought he had entered his friend’s home.
An accomplice, Kyle Frick, was with Solarczy at the time of the intrusion. Frick’s blood-alcohol level was .187.
Police arrested both Frick and Solarczy. After being booked, both were released.
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