|Thank your law enforcement members and servicemen and women|
|Tuesday, September 03, 2013 10:05 AM|
“Pastor Dan, we have a real bad situation here in Wautoma and it’s in your home.” Sheriff’s Deputy Lafe Hendrickson (also our youth director) called my cell phone just as Marie and I were finishing dinner on a patio at the Hilton Hotel in Marco Island, FL. The dangerous events were just unfolding as he called. They needed to know what kind of weapons I had in the house. Like many others in the area, I hunt. I told Lafe I had a 12-gauge shotgun, a 9mm pistol and my hunting rifle, a Colt Sauer 30-06 with a very good scope and a lot of power. My greatest fear was the young man finding my ammunition and harming someone, particularly a police officer or one of our neighbors. I know a squad car door or a typical bulletproof vest would not stop that much power.
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