Grannie Stops Carjacker With A .38 Special

Carjacking suspect  Roderick Willis was running from Daytona cops at high speeds. Cornered, Willis ditched his car in Karen Granville's driveway.  Karen was jolted from sleep by her cat, a loud police helicopter overhead and tires skidding.

Grabbing her weapon and jumping to her feet Granville saw Willis run into her backyard. The elderly woman with .38 Special in hand followed Willis as he tried to scale her fence.

"My adrenaline was just flowing at 100 mph," she said. "I just said, 'Stop right there (expletive), or you're going to be dead where you stand."  Granville held Willis at gunpoint 'till the cops arrived.

Willis was charged with eluding police, driving on suspended license, use of a vehicle to commit a felony, possession of marijuana and cocaine with the intent to distribute. The young perp later got out on a measly $7500 bail.

No doubt Willis will be doing it again, and no doubt Karen will be ready again.

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