NOBLE, OKLAHOMA -- A Noble man who was awakened early New Year's Day by the sound of someone opening his garage door grabbed a gun and thwarted a suspected burglar, Noble police reported.
Officers said in a District Court affidavit filed Wednesday that a resident held James William Uhlenhake, 19, at gunpoint until they arrived after the resident caught the man inside his garage.
Uhlenhake was charged with one count of first-degree burglary stemming from the alleged break-in.
According to the affidavit filed with the charge, the resident grabbed a .380 pistol to investigate noises in his garage. After he stopped Uhlenhake inside the garage, he said, he held the gun on the man while calling police and until police arrived.
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