Grandmother Fights Back After Teens Force Their Way Into Her Home, Hold Husband at Gunpoint

By The Blaze. . .Christina Nichols answered a knock at her front door Tuesday when the teens took her off guard. . .

Two of them held Nichols back while a third aimed a gun at her husband. Nichols, who has been married for more than 50 years, told the TV station she was not prepared to live without her husband. That’s when her fighting instincts took over.

Nichols, who is in her 70s, stomped on the boy who was holding her and bent his thumbs back.

“He dragged me out into this hallway and then he gave me a big shove and I went down,” she told the TV station.

Nichols yelled out to her grandson, who was in another room. But the teens ran out of the home before he could get to them, according to the report. Police believe one of the the intruders may be as young as age 14. (Read more from “Grandmother Fights Back After Teens Force Their Way Into Her Home, Hold Husband at Gunpoint” HERE)

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Texas Grandmother Fights Back After Teens Storm Into Her Home

By CBS DFW. The DeSoto Police Department said on Thursday afternoon, “All three suspects have been identified and charges are being filed for the offense.” . . .

“That’s why I opened the door because all I saw was a young boy standing there,” said Nichols. “Who expects something like this from a young kids. I didn’t even see the other two. They must have been hiding somewhere out of sight.” . . .

“And the other kid grabbed me from behind like on my chin and the other hand went over my mouth,” she said.

The teens ran out of the house before her grandson could get to them.

Nichols has some scrapes and bruises and nothing from her home was stolen. (Read more from “Texas Grandmother Fights Back After Teens Storm Into Her Home” HERE)

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