WWII Marine Fights Off Burglar, 51-Year-Old Daughter Gives Chase, Captures for Police


Take a break from the idiots, the snowflakes, and the crybaby leftists for a minute and enjoy this ass-kicking story of a 95-year-old Marine and his daughter who proved a burglar is no match for them.

Though he didn’t give his last name, Fred, a World War II veteran, described how his family’s home was broken into by a burglar on December 4th. It was the dog barking that first got Fred’s attention. As he made his way to the back door, he found himself “nose-to-nose” with the intruder, identified as Gary Wells. Wells demanded Fred’s wallet and threatened to kill him and the yapping dog.

“I wasn’t scared,” Fred said. “I was so damn mad.”

Once a Marine always a Marine, Fred wrestled with Wells and got him on the ground. The commotion alerted Fred’s 51-year-old daughter who ran downstairs to join the fight. With her father’s brave blood flowing through her veins, Mary chased Wells, 53, for six blocks.

“We jumped over two fences and ran through 12 yards,” Mary said.

Eventually, she caught the crook and held him until police arrived.

“It was just reflexes,” she said. “I guess it rubbed off from my father.”

No doubt. Oorah!!

Wells, who thankfully was not armed, faces felony burglary. Police found nine silver and gold cuff links from a previous burglary.

Now back to your regularly scheduled leftist whinefest.