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The security guard who fatally shot a would-be robber at a bank in
Rockford, Illinois, in January will not face any charges, authorities announced Tuesday.
The dramatic exchange between the suspect and the security guard was captured on the bank’s surveillance video and lasted less than 15 seconds.
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shtfplan.com / Mac Slavo / March 20th, 2017
When Laurence Turner entered the Rockford Bank in Illinois he thought he’d be walking away with a bag full of cash.
He thought wrong.
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Authorities in Oklahoma are investigating after a man armed with an
AR-15 opened fire on three intruders who forced their way into his
mother’s Broken Arrow home Monday afternoon.
According to the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office,
the three suspects were pronounced dead at the scene and a fourth
suspect, who acted as the getaway driver, is now in police custody.
The resident, whose name has not been made public, said he was asleep
just after noon when he heard two loud bangs, which was later
determined to be the glass in the back door being broken. The man said
he grabbed a rifle and moments later met the intruders in the hallway.
Wagoner County sheriff’s deputy Nick Mahoney said there was a brief verbal exchange between the resident and the intruders before he opened fire.
When police arrived on the scene, they found two of the suspects
lying on the kitchen floor and the third lying on the driveway outside.
All three were pronounced dead at the scene. None of the suspects’ names
have been released as of early Tuesday morning, but authorities
confirmed they were 15- to 18-years-old.
Rodriguez now faces
three counts of first-degree murder and first-degree burglary. As in
many states, Oklahoma law dictates that a person who is in the
commission of a felony when the death of an accomplice occurs can be
charged with felony murder.
Mar 28 17 1:47 PM
Shortly before 12:30 p.m., the apparent burglars broke through a door
in the back of the home outside Broken Arrow, a Tulsa suburb. The young
man, who was there with his father, encountered them.
“There was a short exchange of words, then gunfire happened,” Mahoney told reporters.
Two of the suspects were in the kitchen; the other was found on the
driveway. He described two as 16 or 17 and one as 18. The suspects’
names were not immediately released.
Mahoney said it did not appear the residents and intruders knew each other.
While authorities said the neighborhood has a low crime rate,
resident Leon Simmons told CNN affiliate KTUL there have been a few
burglaries in the past six months.
Mar 29 17 11:11 AM
Press Not Reluctant to Identify Rifle in OK Home Invasion Shooting
Are some press agencies reluctant to acknowledge that it was a
semi-auto AR-15 type rifle that was used by the son of an Oklahoma
homeowner to kill three alleged burglary suspects Monday?
While it may seem that way to some people on social media who have noted that CNN has
only reported that the homeowner’s son fatally shot the three suspects
with a rifle, most other news agencies have named the type of firearm up
front. One of the dead burglars was reportedly armed with a knife and
another had brass knuckles. All three were in their teens.
Although a number of reports identify the rifle, they do not explain
that it’s the same type of firearm that gun prohibitionists seem
determined to ban. But the reports do seem to answer the question that
anti-gunners invariably ask: “Why does anyone need an AR-15?”
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Jefferson County deputies say there were two men inside. Another, driving the getaway car, waited outside.
“I have three bedrooms. I think they checked the other two bedrooms
out and then he came over there and said, ‘Don’t move!’ He heard the bed
squeak. I was getting my gun. He said, ‘Don’t move’ and he used the ‘N’
word and I shot,” Croft recounted later Wednesday.
“I hate that boy dead, but I don’t hate I shot him.”
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Apr 3 17 5:04 AM
Suspect Dressed in Black Allegedly Kicks in Marine Veteran’s Door, Does Not Live to Tell
According to the Salt Lake Tribune,
the deceased suspect, 33-year-old Puleaga Danny Tupu, was one of two
men who allegedly forced their way into the apartment. Resident and
Marine veteran Brian Sant was awake at the time, as he had just arrived
home from working the third shift and was sitting in his living room.
Sant fought with the men until his 29-year-old son emerged from a
back room and shot both suspects. Tupu died at the scene, and the second
suspect was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
KSL reports that the surviving suspect “was shot multiple times.”
Sant did not know why the men targeted his apartment, but he said
they made a mistake by doing it: “You got veterans living around in
these apartments. You don’t know who’s got a gun.”
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