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Elisabeth Cannon, 47, said a trio of rock-throwing teens had been terrorizing her and her husband for a week at their house on Bloomfield Drive. On Monday, Cannon says she feared for her life before firing shots at the teens, wounding one of them in the head. Laura Corley The Telegraph

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