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Nov 12, 2013

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Two Gonzaga University students are facing expulsion because one of them produced a gun in response to an aggressive, possibly homeless man who was violently demanding money and tried to enter their apartment.

Administration found seniors Erik Fagan and Daniel McIntosh in violation of a blanket policy outlawing guns in all university-owned buildings, reports The Spokesman-Review. Their Gonzaga-owned apartment at 207 E. Sinto Ave. is located a couple blocks from the urban campus.

The incident occurred on Thursday, Oct. 24 a little after 10 p.m. Fagan, 21, had just bid goodbye to a friend. There was a knock on the door. Fagan opened it to see the apparently homeless man, who wanted money.

Fagan said he offered the guy some food and a blanket, but cash was out of the question.

The vagrant then became belligerent. Fagan said the man — a six-time felon — showed him an ankle bracelet and said, “You don’t want to do this,” according to The Spokesman-Review.

There was a tussle. The man tried to break into the apartment. Fagan yelled to his McIntosh for help.

The roomie did not disappoint. McIntosh, 23, appeared with a 10-mm Glock pistol and convinced the man that it would be a good idea to leave.

“I come down with the gun at a low ready, as per how I’ve been trained,” McIntosh told the Spokane broadsheet.

“As soon as he sees me, he decides he doesn’t want to deal with me. So he takes off.”

McIntosh noted that he has a concealed weapons permit for his gun.