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World Vietnam Vet Kills Armed Home Invader: 'That Guy Picked the Wrong House'

09:36  19 february  2021
09:36  19 february  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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An elderly couple from South Carolina killed a home invader who was armed with a knife earlier this week. Herbert Parrish, 82, and his wife, 79-year-old Lois, were at their home at around 2 p.m. on Monday when they heard a knock on the door. Herbert, a Vietnam War veteran, fought off Harold "But when I heard they were able to fend off the suspect, I was so proud of them and I was like, 'OK, so that guy picked the wrong house .'" The Associated Press reports that Runnels was unconscious on the floor when authorities arrived at the residence. ″[Herbert Parrish] was able to strike Mr. Runnels

" That guy picked the wrong house ." An 82-year-old Vietnam veteran bludgeoned a knife-wielding home invader to death with the butt of a shotgun after the suspect forced his way into the South Carolina house and allegedly attacked the man's wife. Herbert Parrish and his wife Lois, 79, were at home on Monday afternoon At that point, Runnels Jr. ran into the house and brandished a knife, hitting the couple with the handle and slashing Lois' forehead, according to the Aiken County Sheriff's Office. "I felt, we're gone. He's going to kill us and take what he can take," Herbert recalled to the outlet.

An elderly couple from South Carolina killed a home invader who was armed with a knife earlier this week.

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Herbert Parrish, 82, and his wife, 79-year-old Lois, were at their home at around 2 p.m. on Monday when they heard a knock on the door.

Herbert, a Vietnam War veteran, fought off Harold Runnels Jr., 61, who later died from his injuries.

"I opened the door and he said he was looking for his little white chihuahua and wanted to know if I saw it," Lois Parrish said per local news outlet FOX 57. "I told him no, I hadn't."

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An 82-year-old Vietnam War veteran beat an armed home invader to death with the butt end of a shotgun to protect his 79-year-old wife after the invader attacked her in their home in South Carolina on Monday. According to local authorities, Herbert Parrish grabbed the gun off a wall mount when the Runnels lived in a trailer park near Parrish’s home , WJBF-TV reported, and initiated the attack by knocking on the couple’s door and asking if they had seen a missing dog. “I opened the door and he said he was looking for his little white chihuahua and wanted to know if I saw it. I told him, no, I didn’t

A home invasion suspect ' picked the wrong house ,’ a neighbor said, after the man was beaten to death by an 82-year-old Vietnam veteran. Noting his service in Vietnam , Jessica Clark told WJBF, “When I heard they were able to fend off the suspect, I was so proud of them and I was like, ‘OK, so that guy picked the wrong house .'” Police announced the couple will not face any charges related to the death and warned people in the area to not open their doors for strangers.

Aiken County Sheriff's Office said Runnels forced his way into the house armed with a knife, using the handle of the weapon to hit the couple and cutting Lois Parrish's forehead.

Herbert Parrish grabbed a shotgun that was hanging on the wall by the door and then hit Runnels repeatedly with the barrel of the weapon until the attacker became unconscious.

"I felt, we're gone. He's going to kill us and take what he can take," Herbert Parrish told the news channel. "He was not going to go out that door and leave us alive. That's the way I felt. That's why I said, 'I've got to do something quick and get the edge on him. Get the advantage on him.'"

Herbert Parrish confirmed he hit Runnels "at least 10 times" in the face, "just as hard as I could hit him."

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AIKEN COUNTY, S.C. — A home invader who was armed with a knife and attacked a 79-year-old South Carolina woman near her back door is dead after the victim’s 82-year-old Vietnam War veteran husband beat him down with the butt end of a shotgun about noon on Monday, according to local authorities. “When I heard they were able to fend off the suspect, I was so proud of them and I was like, ok, so that guy picked the wrong house ,” she said. A motive for the crime is unclear at this time.

A Vietnam veteran, who lived in Colorado, shot and killed an alleged home intruder only to be shot and killed himself when police arrived. NBC News reports that police responded to the call about a home intruder and arrived on scene to the sound of gunshots. It appears those were shots fired by homeowner — the Vietnam veteran — but police were unaware. An officer entering the home found what was described as “a very chaotic and violent scene” and shot the homeowner when he saw the gun in his hand.

One of the Parrishes neighbors spoke to WJBF about the incident.

"This street is normally not that crazy or anything and we all know each other and everything," Jessica Clark said. "I never would have expected it to happen here. And so I kinda feel like it puts a stain on this neighborhood in a way.

"But when I heard they were able to fend off the suspect, I was so proud of them and I was like, 'OK, so that guy picked the wrong house.'"

The Associated Press reports that Runnels was unconscious on the floor when authorities arrived at the residence.

″[Herbert Parrish] was able to strike Mr. Runnels enough to the point where he fell to the floor still being conscious but unresponsive," the sheriff's office incident report states.

Capt. Eric Abdullah of the Aiken County Sheriff's Office, urged people to be cautious when opening their doors to strangers.

"Of course, folks have the right to defend themselves if their lives are in danger, but the best thing to do is to call for help," Abdullah told the Aiken Standard. "Every situation is going to be different. It may be a similar crime in nature, but every situation is going to be different. There's no way to accurately predict exactly what actions that any person should take if somebody is trying to invade their home. The best recourse is to think smartly and get help on the way."

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An elderly Vietnam War veteran protected his wife when an attempted home invader forced his way into their house Monday afternoon. Herbert Parrish, 82, and 79-year-old Lois Parrish were at home when they heard a knock at their back door around 2 p.m., WACH-TV reported. “Then I started beating him in the head with the barrel, and I know I must have hit this guy 10 times right in the face, just as hard as I could hit him,” he said. Coronor Darryl Ables confirmed that Runnels had died at Augusta Medical Center late Monday night from his injuries.

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