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Korean War vet shoots intruder with service gun
Police: Korean War vet, 84, shoots, wounds intruder with his old service weapon in Pa.
By The Associated Press

ELIZABETH, Pa. (AP) ' Police say an 84-year-old western Pennsylvania man wounded a home invasion suspect with the gun he carried in the Korean War.

Elizabeth Township police say 25-year-old Raymond Hiles was captured not long after trying to break into Fred Ricciutti's home early Tuesday morning.

Ricciutti tells WPXI-TV ( ) he heard Hiles break a window and then confronted him, firing a single shot that grazed Hiles' neck.

Investigators say Hiles was arrested a few blocks away, carrying a screwdriver and a stun gun. He's being held on $100,000 bail on charges including criminal trespass and burglary.

Online court records don't list an attorney for Hiles.

Authorities say they don't expect to bring any charges against Ricciutti.


Information from: WPXI-TV,

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