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Video: 3 Men Follow Marine Veteran To OC Home And Attempt Robbery – It Didn’t End Well For The Would-Be Robbers

In a remarkable display of bravery and resilience, a Marine veteran recently found himself in a terrifying situation when three men attempted to rob his home in Orange County. However, instead of becoming a victim, this courageous former serviceman fought back with unwavering determination, ultimately foiling the robbery attempt.

The incredible incident was captured on video, showcasing the indomitable spirit and unwavering resolve of this Marine hero.

Three individuals with malicious intentions followed the Marine veteran to his home in Orange County, hoping to carry out a brazen robbery. Unbeknownst to the assailants, they had targeted an individual who possessed not only the training and discipline of a Marine but also an unyielding spirit that refused to succumb to fear.

As the home invasion unfolded, security camera footage captured the intense struggle between the Marine veteran and the would-be robbers. Despite being outnumbered, the Marine quickly sprang into action, demonstrating his combat expertise and tactical thinking. The video reveals a gripping scene as the Marine fiercely defends his home, launching a remarkable counteroffensive against the intruders.

The video footage showcases the Marine veteran’s calmness under pressure, as he fearlessly engaged with each intruder, ensuring his safety and protecting his home.

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The couple was being followed by three men in another car, and, when two of the men approached, they allegedly told him this, according to the man’s son.

“They approached my dad and said, ‘Hey, someone hit your car. There’s car damage.’ You can hear it on the recording,” said the former Marine’s son, who did not want his name identified.

The suspects were pointing to the bumper of the man’s Tesla as a ruse.

“My dad was kind of confused because they came around him real quick,” he added. “They peppered sprayed him all over. Thank God he had glasses. I think it gave him a little bit of the ability to fight back. He fought back hard and I think they were caught off guard because someone that old would fight back.”

The incident happened around 12:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of W. LEs Palmas on Sunday after the Marine and his wife came home from church and Home Depot.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Walnut Station is investigating the incident and looking into whether it is connected to a similar case reported in Rowland Heights.

Alex Hall

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