Several problems here — she gets a Mo.
If she was home alone, why was she not carying her husband’s gun — better yet, her own gun?
Also, firing at the attacker as he was running away is questionable, though perhaps justified since the attacker was still inside the house.
If she had carried, she would never have had to retreat to the bedroom and the attacker would probably not have successfully entered the dwelling.
She said she was able to get away and run upstairs, but was followed by the attacker. That’s when she said she went to her bedroom, grabbed her husband’s gun and shot at the man twice before he ran away. Investigators believe the man was not hit. The woman went to a neighbor’s house to call for help.