STANLEY, N.C. - A man used a stun gun during a home invasion and returned when the victim called his stolen cell phone, according to Stanley police.
The victim told Channel 9 that last night Raymond Phillips walked through an unlocked door of his home and put a stun gun to his neck. Police say that Phillips stole cash, credit cards and a
The victim said he recognized Phillips from a local workout club. The victim called the stolen phone and told Phillips it was a work phone and that he needed it back. Phillips then apologized, and when he returned the police were waiting for him.
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