CHICAGO (WLS) — A man whose father was shot in a home invasion more than 50 years ago, shot a would-be burglar who was breaking into his elderly mother’s South Shore apartment early Thursday.The shooter’s mother, Bertha Tate, 88, said she has kept a gun nearby for protection ever since her late husband, Joseph Price, was killed in 1962. Keeping a gun nearby is a practice she passed along to her son.At 4 a.m., her son Anthony, 54, had a .22-caliber revolver under the cushion of the chair he was sitting when someone tried to break in through a front window.
Source: Man shot while trying to break into South Shore home, police say | abc7chicago.com
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