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A Longview woman who was walking at Lake Sacajawea with her 6-year-old son pulled a gun on a man who exposed his genitals to her Wednesday evening, according to police.

The 35-year-old woman was near Martin Dock around 8:10 p.m. when the man approached her ?aggressively,? sat down and began performing a sex act, then suggested she should watch him, according to the woman and accounts from police.

?I put the magazine in my gun. I cocked it,? the woman said in an interview Thursday night. ?I said, ?You need to leave or Ill shoot you. I?m going to blow your brains out.? ?

?Oh, [expletive]!? the man declared, before running away.

The woman, whose name is being withheld by the paper because she is the victim of a sex crime, said she has never before brought her gun, a Ruger .380, with her to the lake, but she grabbed it on her way out the door Wednesday because it was foggy and dark.

?I just had a feeling,? she said.

The woman who encountered the man at Lake Sacajawea said she saw the man fumbling with his belt as he approached her and her son at Martin Dock. ?Miss, miss,? he said, according to the woman. ?Could you watch this? You need to watch this.?

As the man fled, she said she sent her dog, a well-trained Norwegian Buhund Hound, after him. In time, the dog had the man cornered at the gate to Lions Island near Kessler Boulevard. She called her dog back, and the man disappeared into the darkness.

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He pulled his gun on her, she pulled her's on him, and her's was bigger :shifty:

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"I cocked it,?

Apparently they both did. :shifty:

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Lends new meaning to "my gun is bigger than your's."

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he started to do what in the presence of a 6 year old?

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I kinda understand what she meant by 'I had a feeling'

I've felt like that sometimes, something just doesn't feel right, and then something not so good happened.

( In my case my car got broken into and my stereo was stolen, even though I parked in plain view of a cctv camera which turned out to be a dummy camera, but at the time, I felt like something doesn't feel right. my own fault for not going with my gut instinct I know. But if we all followed gut instincts, not many people would dare go outside, progress wouldn't be made, etc..)

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