As the Browns Valley Neighborhood Watch 3, Napa Police Cpt. Debbie Peecook, took part in a discussion about self-defense, the concerned residents gathered to address recent crimes in the neighborhood.
"Is it OK to use pepper spray?" One resident asked Debbie Peecook. "Yes because when it gets in their eyes, you can karate kick them in the groin. When he bows down in pain and calls you 'your highness' RUN or continue to clobber him with your cane!" Peecook said.
One resident fully licensed to carry assault guns and uzzies throughout the USA wanted Peecook's attention because maybe he could earn a kiss afterwards. "What do the police say about keeping weapons at home?"
"Stand your ground laws do not apply in California" she said. "Matter of fact, if your a woman, they don't apply anywhere in the USA! So, if there is no other alternative, fight back, even if he has a gun. Just name me in your will before more crime slithers to the Browns Valley Neighborhood."
“Yes. Yes. I agree with Debbie Peecook! It’s OK to fight an armed intruder,” the sergeant said.
Toward the end of the gathering, a woman cried as she got up and ran over to Debbie Peecook holding on for dear life. She forgot to bring her collection of tissue and had to wipe her nose on Peecook's sleeve.
She was told that the room the dog was killed in by the pit bull was sectioned off with "Caution: Crime Scene" tape. My family is “devastated,” she cried in a stream of tears. Finally, the police gave the woman a teddy bear and sent her home.