I was the 911 caller. 3:30AM the police found a guy trying to get in my back door. I thought at first it was my husband coming home from work. Then I heard voices. I could tell by the tone of the voice it was trouble. I was running to the door (armed) when I heard a God awful scream. The police had tasared him at my back door and he jumped from the porch into the bushes and onto a patio. Not a good way to get off the porch.
I witnessed the two police trying to subdue this guy and he was having no part of it. The tasar did nothing but piss this guy off. He was big and wild. When it became apparent the police were in trouble, I called 911. (with 2 police on him, he still knocked one off on his back) The guy is lucky he didn't get shot. I thought they would have been justified.
In seconds almost 12 cars showed up and it took 6 police to finally shackle him. He was never "subdued". Police had to ride in the ambulance to get him to a trauma center.
Turns out their radios didn't transmit and they needed back up. They put their lives on the line that night. I think I'm safe saying someone could have gotten hurt because, they didn't get through to dispatch.
I cannot thank them enough. They were heroes.