Suspect Nearly Shoots Man When Trying to Protect Neighborhood From Zombie: Cops

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A man was arrested Saturday after cops say he fired a rifle into the darkness in his Minnesota neighborhood, nearly striking a man who was asleep in his own bed. When they responded, police in the town of North St. Paul, said they were told by suspect Paul Stanislaw that he was simply trying to keep the area safe from "a zombie." According to a criminal complaint obtained, Stanislaw even had ammo specifically for the job. Cops say his rifle was loaded with Hornady brand "Zombie Max" bullets.