There were some scary moments for a South Hill family Tuesday afternoon as they came home to find two men in their house, but it's what happened next that has the neighborhood talking.
Graham Hoch got a frantic call from his girlfriend Tuesday. She told him that her family's home had just been burglarized and they had just chased the two men out the back door.
One of the suspects got into a parked car around a corner from the house and tried to take off. Family members chased that car before finally losing it around the Manito Park area. The other suspect tried taking off by running through backyards. Right as Graham drove up just blocks from the house, he spotted his girlfriend, who pointed out the other man they had just caught in their house. Giving chase, Graham caught up to the suspect who kept telling him he didn't do anything before punching him in the face trying to escape. Moments later Graham was able to again catch up to the suspect and finally take him down and hold him for police. By the way, Graham has been a varsity wrestler at Lewis and Clark High School for the last four years. The suspect Graham caught, 21-year-old Zachary Davis is in jail facing 1 count of first degree Burglary and another count of Residential Burglary. Officers are asking for help finding the other suspect. He was in a gray 1997 Nissan Altima with Washington license place AHD 0832. As for Graham, the recent Lewis and Clark graduate plans on joining the Air Force with hopes of becoming a survival instructor.