From the First Coast News of October 7, 2009
Homeowner Opens Fire on Burglar
Police are trying to find a man that has broken in twice to the same house, where the homeowner chased and shot at him.
On Oct. 2, the man tried breaking into Guy Sitzman's home the second time and was caught him on tape.
Sitzman was watching security tapes from the previous hour in his computer room, when toward the end of the tape the system went back to "live" mode, and Sitzman noticed a man walking around the side of his house.
That's when he saw the man leaving through his back door carrying a rifle and a pistol.
Despite his initial fear, Sitzman said he grabbed another gun and ran after him. "I ran out back and fired two shots off at him."
The man dropped the items he stole from Sitzman's house and took off.
During the first break-in, Sitzman and his wife were in bed and the man tried breaking in through Sitzman's side window with a large hunting knife.
He was stole a computer, $200 and an iPod.
Detectives with the Adams County Sheriff Department are investigating the break-ins. They're asking people not to take matter into their own hands and instead to call 911