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David Crest at his Hanover, Mass. catering business. (Steve Haines/Globe Staff) David Crest at his Hanover, Mass. catering business.

Was it self-defense or firearms offense?

Hanover caterer confronted intruder with gun, and faces charges

By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / May 15, 2008

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The racket came from the dark kitchen area, and it startled David Crest as he slept in the office of his Hanover catering business. He suspected he was being burglarized again, and as he crept toward the noise, he grabbed the Mossberg 500 12-gauge shotgun he had kept by his side. (Full article: 1076 words)

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