I’m guessing his day didn’t go the way he planned. Suspect shot then arrested following burglary call in Sherwood. And neighbors were shocked.
He apparently knew someone in the house.
The incident happened on Tuesday night at a home on Community Cove, according to an arrest report.
“The suspect was gone when we got there,” Sgt. Drew Edwards says.
Edwards says Calloway left the scene shortly after getting shot and took himself to a nearby hospital.
Cops arrested him at the hospital. The neighbors?
The crime has some neighbors shaken up, despite living in a place that they otherwise describe as safe.
“We’ve got police cars that come down through here two or three times a day,” Vicki LaSpina says, who lives just a few blocks away from where it happened.
Because they didn’t realize they were living in The Real World™ where crime can and sometimes does happen. Oh, and self-defense is a human-right.
Oh, and neighbors are
shocked scared. East Memphis woman shoots burglar after he kicks down her door.
He was looking for somebody. He found somebody, but not who he was looking for.
Police say William Barnes was shot after he kicked in the front door of a home on South Holmes Street. Four days later the shooting still has one neighbor traumatized
The guy who got shot – several times – ended up at a local hospital, where he was arrested and charged with aggravated burglary.
The neighbor? She shocked and dismayed to discover that she lives in The Real World™ and some fantasy land.
“I don’t know what I’m going to do right now. I mean, it’s so disturbing that this happened.”
After a week she says that. (I am woman, hear me cry hysterically.)
By the realization that they live in a place where crime, and police action, can take place. Spokane Valley neighbors call Saturday’s fatal shooting ‘unsettling’.
Reports of a guy who was apparently high, and bothering kids. Cops get there and he runs for a homeless camp, then stops and pretty much tells the cops he has a weapon, so they shoot him.
The homeless camp? No big deal. The guy who was high, hanging around kids? Apparently that is not a problem. The cops on the other hand…
“It’s terrifying. And that’s our backyard,” said neighbor Crystal Runions. “What if my youngest had said, ‘hey, can I go out with my friends and play with my Nerf guns?’ and they were just running around and one of those bullets went stray and took our one of our kids?”
What do you expect from Washington State?
But if you can read this, then you live in The Real World™ where crime can, and sometimes does, happen, and that usually results in some kind of action by the police. Up to and including shooting the bad guys.
We are constantly told by the gun-hating Left to just give the Bad Guys what they want, and they will leave us alone. These guys didn’t get that memo. Hunt for 79-year-old store owner’s killers continues.
“For someone to come in, do a robbery, take the money, just like they asked, and then shoot them in the back, there you go. At this point, we even have criminals out looking for them,” said Detective Ed Troyer, with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.
Violent criminals do not stop being violent criminals because of anything you are doing, or not doing.
And neighbors were shocked to discover that they live and work in The Real World™ and not in some fantasy land.
“To come in here and blemish our neighborhood and feel our safety is threatened is really hard to believe,” Larry Chambers said.
Because they want to feel safe, even if they aren’t safe.
And self-defense works, even in Eastern Pennsylvania (deep blue as it is.) Person taken to hospital after shooting in New Hanover Township.
Police said this shooting was “domestic related.” Initial reports said an intruder had been shot by a homeowner.
Both can be true at the same time. Reporters seem confused on that score. As for the neighbors…
Neighbors said they’re shocked something like this would happen on their quiet street.
Sorry, but if you can read this you live in The Real World™ where crime can, and often does, happen. You are not protected by your zip-code. Crime doesn’t only happen to “other kinds of people” in other kinds of places.” You should plan accordingly.
I know the 21st Century is all about feelings, but some reality needs to creep in now and again. Campus Edge landlord increasing security following death of tenant.
I know this is another Neighbors Were Shocked story, which makes 3 in 2 days. I think it is a sign of the times.
A shooting occurred. One person died. Another was rushed to the local hospital. Residents of this “off-campus” apartment complex are disturbed that their studies could be interrupted by the Real World™.
“Do you feel safe living there?” Asked 7New Reporter Stefany Bornman.
“After 2 days? Not so much, but before that, I would say yeah,” Rossen told 7News.
So what was different 3 days ago? She was ignorant of the fact that she lives in The Real World™ where crime can, and sometimes does happen. She thought – because she is a college student – that she was guaranteed a crime-free existence. And actually that apartment complex is not a crime-free oasis.
According to the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office since 2007, there’s been 465 incident reports filed by different Campus Edge tenants for a slew of offenses.
Even if most of those are on the level of littering, or “he’s being mean,” or “Make him stop looking at me,” (which is the kind of thing I expect from college students today) some of them are probably for serious offenses.
But if you can read this posting, even if you are sitting in the middle of a college campus, you are in that Real World, and you should plan accordingly.
Oh, and neighbors/students are shocked. “It was scary,” Nerves rattled for residents at Langston University apartment complex after double shooting.
Langston University police and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation are investigating a double shooting that sent two people to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.
It happened around 1 a.m. Thursday at an apartment complex owned by Langston University just off the campus.
Police think there were 4 suspects. 2 people had to be flown to a trauma center with multiple gunshot wounds. This riled up the campus because they didn’t know they live in The Real World™.
“I can’t believe this. I’m totally in shock,” Letina Mcleod, who also lives at the complex, said.
There is more of that.