Texas Grandma Sees Masturbating Man On Bike Stalking Her, So She Grabs Her Gun

A Houston grandmother warned the masturbating man who followed her to her front door to leave or she would shoot him.

Houston, TX – A grandmother shot a man on Tuesday who followed her home as he masturbated on his bicycle.

The 60-something grandmother was taking out her trash at about 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 7 in the 6600-block of Cherrydale Drive in Golfcrest when the man approached her, KPRC reported,

"Initial investigation determined that the male was riding the street on a bicycle masturbating," Houston Police Department Lieutenant Larry Crowson said.

When 39-year-old Clarence Johnson approached the woman in front of her southeast Houston home, she told him to get away from her, KPRC reported. Instead, the man followed her to her front door.

The woman made it safely inside her home, but Johnson followed and tried to get inside.

The grandmother feared for her grandchildren who were inside the house, so she warned Johnson to get away from her home.

"She told him stay away and not come in the house or she would get a gun and shoot him," Lt. Crowson said.

The grandmother went and got her gun, and Johnson continued to try to get into the house. So she shot him through her front door, KPRC reported.

Johnson was hit in the chest, but that didn’t stop him from trying to flee the scene of his crime.

Lt. Crowson said the man made it back to his bike and managed to pedal a few feet away from the house, according to the Houston Chronicle.

"It looks like he got on the bike after the shooting, rode down here and collapsed," he said.

Johnson was transported to Ben Taub Hospital in critical condition, and is expected to survive, police said.

Police arrested Johnson and he was charged with trespassing, indecent exposure, and failure to show ID to police, KPRC reported.

It turned out that he was already out on bond from being arrested for indecent exposure a week before he was shot.

Officers on the scene recognized Johnson from that arrest, and said he’d been walking down a busy southeast Houston street stark naked when he was arrested.

The grandmother was interviewed by Houston homicide detectives but police said she is unlikely to face any charges in the shooting.

"I would have done the same thing if it were my house," a neighbor told the Houston Chronicle. "Ain't no telling what else he was going to do or what he's got. She was protecting her property.”

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JAMSR
JAMSR

Just another SAVAGE doing what SAVAGES DO !!!!!

Rascal1966
Rascal1966

Too bad she didn't shoot his tally whacker off!! This POS doesnt need to breed. Way to go grandma!! You did the right thing by protecting yourself and your family!!

investigator
investigator

And of course, another USELESS Judge let him out THE WEEK BEFORE FOR THE SAME THING!!! Research these Judges backgrounds before you vote!! Good for Grandma!!

bluedog_2g2
bluedog_2g2

The suspect likely believed the woman was bluffing, about getting a gun and shooting him. Reality sunk in, when the bullet sunk into his chest. Atta Girl grandma!

LordSeamus
LordSeamus

Now that's a grandma !

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