Ore. state senator wields bat to scare burglar
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- State Sen. Chris Edwards played baseball when he attended South Eugene High School and was ready to put those skills to use when a burglar entered his garage this week. The lawmaker wielded an aluminum baseball bat as he chased the suspect away early Thursday. Edwards called the intruder a "dirt bag" in a Facebook post shortly after the incident. He added: "It's probably for the best that I only had my Easton baseball bat when I caught you in the act." The 39-year-old Democrat told The Register-Guard newspaper he owns guns but "wasn't looking for a firefight" in the middle of the night. Eugene police have not found the burglar. They typically take about 200 reports each month from people who have had items stolen from vehicles. -- Information from The Register-Guard.(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)
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Jan. 05, 2013
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