With her .38-caliber pistol in hand, Roberson said she followed him, all the while firing her gun and leaving bullet holes in the walls of her home.
“I’m not sure I didn’t hit him. I don’t know yet. I sure tried. I sure was hoping,” Roberson explained. “That was the scare of my life.”
Investigators do not believe the armed intruder was wounded.
“I tried to kill him. Anybody break in on me, I’m going to kill them. He’s going to kill me or I’m going to kill him.”
While at home, Roberson said, she always has her gun close.
But she said this was the first and, hopefully, last time she will have to use it.
“It could have been worse for both individuals, both the victim and the suspect,” Bowie County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Jeff Neal said.
This woman is my spirit animal. I love her.