Brandon Kruse said nothing when three attackers set upon him on his way out for sushi and a beer. Words weren’t necessary.
Kruse pulled out a handgun instead. The attackers fled; soon after, he helped the cops arrest them.
The encounter took place Saturday at 9:46 p.m.
Kruse, a 29-year-old sales manager for a company that sells ceramic pots, was walking from his Trumbull Street residence to Kumo Japanese Restaurant at State and Elm.
He had a handgun on him, a Sig Sauer P239. He has a permit to carry the gun, but he doesn’t usually carry it. For some reason he carried it Saturday night. He’s not sure why. “I just had a weird feeling,” he said.
Continue reading at New Haven Independent