I am asking you, where is the outrage?
Springfield police say a man suffered multiple gunshot wounds after being shot by a resident who said he was burglarizing their home.
Lt. Robert Byrne said police were dispatched to a burglary in progress in the 800 block of South Link Avenue at 9:21 p.m. Friday. When they arrived, they found a man with multiple gunshot wounds.
Byrne said the wounded man was “a person of interest” who the resident had stated was breaking into their home, and that it appeared that the resident had been protecting himself.
Oh, noze. The horrors:
A 27-year-old Melbourne man with a lengthy criminal history has been sentenced to life in prison after police said he organized a military-styled home invasion that ended with him being shot by a homeowner.
A jury convicted Bobby Lee Culler last week on charges of armed burglary of a dwelling with a firearm and aggravated assault in connection with the July 10, 2013 home invasion of a residence on Pepper Avenue. Police believe the robbers may have thought there were drugs or money in the home.
How did this happen?
That night, the homeowner’s dogs began barking at the sliding glass door and one of the victims in the home saw three men walking inside the residence. The woman immediately tried to shield her child on a couch. One of the masked men then pointed a black handgun at her that was equipped with what appeared to be a silencer, police reported. The homeowner heard the commotion and pulled out his own weapon and emptied the magazine in the direction of the would-be armed robbers, reports show.
The robbers quickly retreated, with Culler being injured in the arm by the gunfire. Police, who linked the blood spatter found at the home to Culler’s DNA, later arrested him as he sought treatment at Holmes Regional Medical Center. The family was not injured and police later credited the homeowner with thwarting the home invasion. Another suspect was also arrested.
In a kinder, gentler more politically correct world this crazy ass homeowner would have been arrested and punished for refusing to be a nice complient victim.
And yes, I am bringing back “guns save lives” stories that disprove the dogma that good guys never, ever carry guns.
Obviously, this is the NCAA’s fault for not paying student athletes at least $45,000 a year:
The Montgomery Police Department has arrested three Faulkner University student-athletes and charged them with one count each of murder in the death of a fourth Faulkner student-athlete, 19-year-old Chelsea resident Ryan Brooks.
The suspects are Marshall Wall and Ronnie Williams, both 19 and of Loxley, and Tabias Russell, 19, of Alexander City. All three were taken into custody Thursday and transported to the Montgomery County Detention Facility where they are being held on bonds of $75,000 each.
An investigation by the Montgomery Police Department indicates the four students were attempting to break into a home in the 5900 block of Woodmere Boulevard to commit robbery around 7:35 p.m. Wednesday. While in the process of committing the robbery, police say their investigation shows Brooks was shot by the homeowner in self-defense. He was pronounced dead on the scene by responding medics.
One of the players was a a soccer player, the other three were junior varsity football players.
Doesn’t this man know that the empirical evident suggests that individual gun ownership is bad for you? Never mind that in this case case, it may have saved his family’s lives:
Sedgwick County dispatchers tell Eyewitness News the homeowner grabbed his gun to defend his family when he thought he heard someone breaking into the house. He told us, it’s not something you’re ever prepared for.
Even hours later, he was still worried about his family, not wanting Eyewitness News to show any close-up shots of his home, inside or out, or any other members of his family. And he only wants us to call him Mr. Dudley.
“We were awakened early this morning by the sound of our home alarm going off,” said Dudley. “And that was followed by the sound of breaking glass. I went to investigate the noise and found an intruder breaking and entering my home.”
That’s when Dudley says he fired at the suspect, hitting him. The believed burglar, Dudley says, ran away.
I’ll say again: The only good home invader is a dead home invader:
Two brothers, Barry and Terah Frost heard the commotion. They moved their 86-year-old mother into a bedroom to protect her and went downstairs to investigate. They found only the broken front door police say Jacob Grimes, 23, of Paoli, had forced his way in.
“The brothers got some tools out, a flashlight, a drill. They’re gonna fix the door. Barry goes to open the cellar door and he looks down and sees feet,” Hensley said.
He says Grimes, armed with a knife began attacking Barry Frost, punching him repeatedly. Grimes was on top of Barry when Terah shot him in the back three times with a handgun. Hensley says under Indiana law the men acted within their rights.
And the hone invader died of his injuries. In a perfect world, his head would be cut off and displayed atop a pike in his would be victim’s yard.
This woman was obviously whipped into an ammosexual frenzy by the NRA:
Sgt. Dale Phillips, the commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit, said the suspect, 55-year-old Horace Johnson, called the victim on the phone Saturday around 10 p.m. to threaten to kill her.
The woman, 41, grabbed a shotgun, and when Johnson allegedly pulled up in the driveway and threatened her outside her own home, she fired two shells at him, grazing him with at least one pellet in his neck.
Phillips said Johnson left the woman’s 21st Street house and drove to nearby Queen City Avenue, where he called for an ambulance. He was treated at DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa, where investigators discovered a history of domestic violence between Johnson and his shooter.
I don’t know why she was all worked up. I’m sure he would have just slapped the bitch a few times. Isn’t this just like a woman?
Outrageous! This guy should mind his own business!
According to the Bakersfield Californian, Ronnie Green heard a woman scream near his home and went to investigate. Green knew that one of his female neighbors had been having trouble with a stalker.
When he arrived he found Greg Miller, who was accused of stalking the neighbor. Green and Miller got into an altercation which resulted in Miller kicking Green in the chest and allegedly pulling a knife on him.
Green, who was armed, managed to draw his firearm and shot the suspect one time in the foot.
Doesn’t this guy know that empirically, guns don’t make anyone safer?