WARNING: THIS MIGHT NOT ALWAYS WORK (2)

From CLICK2HOUSTON:

Around 3:00 a.m. Saturday, crooks smashed through cinder blocks outside the Templo La Hermosa church in the 6200 block of Willowbend near Bob White Drive. Church officials said the crooks were after their musical instruments. What they didn't know was that church members were already en route after an alarm alerted them to the break in, officials said. Pastor Franklin Peraza said it was the quick action of his members that turned the tables on the crooks.

"He opens the door and sees one guy in my office and tries to get the drawers from my cabinet," said Peraza. "They both were shocked to see each other, so the member closed the door and locked the bad guy in."

Peraza said while members held the suspect in the office, they heard some noise coming from the ceiling. Moments later, Peraza said another suspect came crashing through. The members again moved into action, tying the suspect up while they waited for police.

You see, folks, you don't need heavy artillery to beat the bad guys - just some bollocks as we say around these parts.

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WARNING: THIS MIGHT NOT ALWAYS WORK (2) — 4 Comments

  1. I have some sneaking suspicions that church members from Templo La Hermosa may be little more fearsome than your average Episcopalian great-aunt type…