(FOX NEWS INSIDER) - Police say an Oklahoma City pastor held a suspect at gunpoint following a break-in at his church.
Pastor Kenneth Morgan, who has a concealed carry permit, took out his gun when a stranger in his church attempted to flee.
The pastor called the cops and held the suspect at gunpoint until he surrendered.
“OK, I quit,” the suspect reportedly told Morgan. “I’m just trying to get something to eat and drink.”
But the suspect ran off again, prompting Morgan to fire a warning shot in his direction.
Authorities found and arrested the suspect in a nearby garden.