If You Break Into Homes, You Will Eventually Find an Armed Homeowner

If it weren’t for bad luck, these guys would have none at all. Police: Home invasion robbery suspect shot in Bridgeport

Police say two suspects entered a home at 903 Kossuth St. around 5 p.m. with the intention of robbing someone.

The homeowner shot one of the suspects, who was wearing a mask, according to authorities. They say the two suspects then fled in a pickup truck that police pulled over at Barnum and Central avenues.

A “tactical narcotics team” was in the area and was able to arrest these 2. Well, one was arrested, and the other sent to a local hospital.

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One Gunshot to the Head is Enough

If you break into homes, you will eventually find an armed homeowner. 18-year-old in critical condition after being shot by Arkansas homeowner, police say

Pine Bluff police officers were called to a home in the 1500 block of West 29th Street around 5:15 a.m., spokesman Lt. David De Foor said. They found an 18-year-old man shot once in the head, he said.

Initial findings indicate that the homeowner shot someone trying to gain entry into his home. The investigation continues, though the homeowner was not arrested.

The guy who got shot was taken to a local hospital in critical condition.

Self-defense is a human-right.

Circle K Doesn’t Want Employees to Defend Themselves – Suspends Them If They Do

I know which convenience store chain I won’t be visiting in the near future. Circle K suspends clerk after she shoots robber | Albuquerque Journal

I guess they would prefer that their employees are shot rather than defend themselves.

Circle K clerk Jennifer Wertz who shot an armed robber Monday afternoon told KOAT-TV that management has suspended her for two weeks following the incident.

She said robberies happen all the time and yet workers are told they can’t defend themselves.

I suppose they would rather rely on cooperation with criminals to keep people safe. Not that it works all that well.

The story from Monday can be found at this link.

He Picked the Wrong Store to Rob

You could say he suffered a failure of the victim-selection process. APD: Circle K clerk shoots suspected armed robber | Albuquerque Journal

So a guy walks into a store and tries to commit armed robbery. In the course of which one of the clerks shoots him.

It being a (relatively) big city, the cops are desperately trying to find a reason to charge the clerk with something. And the reporters are apparently trying to get him fired, because this just doesn’t sit well with the anti-self-defense talking points.

When reached by phone Monday evening, Robert Sway, the director of human resources for Circle K, said he also could not comment on the shooting or say whether clerks are allowed or encouraged to arm themselves.

In the meantime, a would-be bad-guy is off the street, and police are investigating to see if he robbed another store about 20 minutes before he got shot, or if there is another bad-guy running around.

Oh, and self-defense is a human-right.

“How Dare You Live Without Me” is a not a way to live your life

He apparently couldn’t accept the fact that he was the EX-boyfriend. 29-year-old ex-boyfriend was killed in self-defense, Athens police say | AL.com

He shows up and shoots his ex-girlfriend and her current boyfriend.

[Chief Floyd] Johnson said Carter shot his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend — hitting the woman’s leg and the man’s arm. Then, the boyfriend went into the house, grabbed a pistol and shot Carter, Johnson said. Carter died in the street.

The couple were treated and released from a local hospital.

Self-defense is a human-right.

They Didn’t Expect Him To Be Armed

He was just out walking his dog, after all. Police: Man walking his dog kills would-be armed robber | 13wmaz.com

An SUV pulls up next to him. One guy gets out and talks to him about his dog. Another guy gets out with a gun, and the two tried to rob him.

The victim said that he acted as if he was going to give the men his wallet, but instead reached into his waistband and pulled out a gun. He shot one of the suspects and the other ran away. The SUV driver drove away.

The one guy died in a local hospital. Cops are still looking for the other 2 (and the SUV).

Self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.

Parents Should Protect Their Children

That is exactly what happened here. Intruder shot to death at northeast-side apartment

The evening didn’t turn out quite the way he planned it.

A male suspect broke into an apartment where a man, woman and two children were inside, according to Indianapolis Metropolitan police.

One of the people inside the apartment was armed and opened fire, killing the would-be robber. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

He had to kick through a deadbolt to gain entry. He wasn’t there to sell cookies.

Cops are viewing this as a case of self-defense.

“Everything at this point in time seems to be pointing toward a homeowner protecting his family and shooting an intruder who made forced entry into their apartment,” said Capt. Harold Turner with IMPD.

Self-defense is a human-right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.