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Mar 27 17 10:49 AM
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) - A shooting outside of a grocery store has left one man in critical condition.
Police say at about 8:30 this morning a man was shot as he was entering
the Springdale Grocery in the 2200 block of Eldridge Avenue. The victim
then ran a short distance and collapsed. He was taken to Regional One
in critical condition.
Officers on the scene, which is in the Hyde
Park neighborhood north of Rhodes College, said a man walked up to them
and said he shot the person in self-defense after the victim attempted
to rob him.
No charges have been filed at this point as the investigation continues.
Mar 28 17 1:43 PM
PA: Fairhill Laundromat Owner Shoots Would-Be Robber
Update: Police said Monday the laundromat owner will not be charged with shooting the alleged robber or wounding a bystander.
Elvin Gonzalez had just gotten out of his car at Fifth and Cambria
Streets on Sunday night, headed for his first day of work at the pizza
parlor on the corner, when he saw the money in the air -- $2,000 in
cash, wafting down to the sidewalk.
And then he heard the gunshots.
Moments before, police said, a man had burst into the laundromat down
the street, wielding a knife. He had forced the laundromat’s owner
behind the plexiglass enclosure at the front of the store and grabbed
fistfuls of cash at knifepoint before sprinting out of the store.
The owner grabbed his five-shot revolver, police said, and gave
chase. As he pursued the would-be robber down the sidewalk, the man
threw the cash in the air and kept running. At the intersection at Fifth
and Cambria, the store owner emptied his revolver in the man’s
direction, and the man ended up getting hit twice in the chest.
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Apr 4 17 8:47 AM
LA: New Orleans Uber Driver Shoots at Carjackers Who Jumped into Vehicle, Police Say
An Uber driver was packing more than his cell phone in Mid-City early Monday, New Orleans police said.
said the ride-share service driver, 44, let a fare out at the corner of
N. Telemachus and Bienville streets around 1:20 a.m. Monday. Two
unknown men then jumped into his vehicle and forced him to drive, police
said in a police log that the men then forced the driver out at an
unknown location on Bienville Street. The driver then shot at the
robbers, wounding one of them, police said. Both perpetrators jumped out
of the victim's vehicle and fled, police said.
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thedailysheeple.com / LILY DANE / MAY 30, 2017
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.
David Fenner, 38, broke into a Miami County home on Memorial Day – an act he surely regrets.
He suffered gunshots in both legs and his hand and remains a patient
at Miami Valley Hospital after messing with the wrong family.
Monday morning, a woman called 911 to report a man trying to break into her home on Kessler-Frederick Road, reports Dayton Daily News.
“We’ve got a robber,” the caller said. “I need you to get here fast…I’m upstairs with my kids.”
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shtfplan.com / Mac Slavo / June 5th, 2017
People who support gun control often argue that it would be
disastrous if everyone was walking around with a gun at all times. They
fear that it would make firearm accidents more likely, and in the event
that a robber or a mass shooter is on the loose, there would be a
chaotic hail of gunfire from all directions.
It’s a silly argument to make, considering that even in states where
there are loose gun laws, and where it is easy to obtain a concealed
carry permit, only a minority of citizens carry guns at all times. But
for the sake of argument, what would happen if everyone was armed in the
vicinity of a violent criminal?
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