A woman in Illinois was apparently able to protect herself with her buried carry firearm after a stranger with a bayonet jumped into her car.
Police said a woman who was parked near a shopping mall in Moline on Sunday was affected by a soldier who defended his course into her vehicle, according to WQAD 8.
During the fight, “the mens” supposedly trounced the woman’s forearm with a pierce. He then sought the status of women to drive to Rock Island County, a rural area, is in accordance with police.
Once the woman stopped the car, she was able to reach her firearm, which she had a masked carry firearm let for, WQAD 8 reported.
After the attacker experienced the weapon, he had allegedly ran off and she was able to drive herself to the hospital.
Police subsequently opened an investigation and arrested Floyd R. May, 61.
May was charged with exasperated kidnap, exacerbated battery with a artillery, unlawful apply of a artillery by a delinquent and worsened assault.
He is reportedly in Rock Island County Jail on $550,000 bond.