All she did was drive the car, but you are responsible for the foreseeable consequences of your actions. And being the getaway driver for a home-invasion, you should know that bad things can happen. One dead after Canton home invasion, driver charged with murder.
The victims, a northwest Canton couple, awoke about 2 a.m. Monday to two masked men pistol-whipping them during a robbery attempt, according to investigators.
They say the resident fatally shot one of the intruders while a second as-yet-unidentified burglar ran from the home in the 2600 block of Second Street NW.
Police later in the day charged the suspected driver, Joi T. Griffith.
The Left screaming about this is unfair in 3, 2, …
Canton City Prosecutor Jason Reese said even though Griffith didn’t pull the trigger, Ohio law allows her to be charged with murder because someone died during the commission of another felony crime, in this case the burglary.
Police are still looking for the guy who ran.
So how would you respond to uninvited guests at two o’clock in the morning? Canton homeowner shoots and kills burglar during home invasion robbery, police say.
While cops were responding to the report of a home-invasion burglary, they were also notified of a person with gunshot wounds dropped at a local hospital.
A preliminary investigation revealed the gunshot victim was one of the two alleged burglars in the home invasion robbery on 2nd Street Northwest.
The guy dropped off at the hospital died. The other guy is still on the run.
Self-defense is a human-right.
Concealed carry is legal in Ohio. The bad guys apparently haven’t gotten that memo. Teen was shot by the victim he was robbing. Now his partner has been charged with murder.
Around 5 a.m. Saturday, investigators say two 15-year-old boys tried to rob an unidentified victim in the 3600 block of Reading Road.
The victim fired at the teens, striking 15-year-old Jordan Lara. He was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he died from his injuries.
The actual shooter, the victim of the robbery, is not facing any charges. However, the surviving teen is.
The lawyers call it all kinds of things, but those of us who aren’t lawyers usually call it Felony Murder. (Whatever you call it, the Left HATES it.) If you are committing a crime, you are responsible for all of the bad things that can result from that crime. And trying to rob someone can result in a self-defense shooting. Holding people responsible for the foreseeable outcomes of their actions? I know, it is such a 20th Century concept.
Self-defense is a human-right.
It didn’t work out well for him. PD: Woman shoots ex-boyfriend trying to break into her East Price Hill home.
Don’t expect the national media to be trumpeting this, because they don’t like it when domestic-violence is handled by the intended victim.
The man broke into the woman’s home through a front window, and she shot him in the abdomen, Sgt. Andrew Fusselman said.
So what does the Gun-hating Left think should happen? She should be reduced to fighting him hand-to-hand?
The guy who didn’t understand the “ex” part of ex-boyfriend was taken to a local hospital and is expected to be OK.
The investigation is continuing. Self-defense is a human-right.
More on the incident. Police: Mother of 5 with license to carry shoots ex-boyfriend as he breaks into her house.
I’m beginning to have some real respect for Joe Deters, the Prosecuting Attorney for Hamilton County (where Cincinnati is located).
“Thank goodness she had a Concealed Carry Permit and was able to defend herself and her five children,” said Prosecutor Joe Deters in a news release. “It is hard to imagine what might have happened to her or her children if she had not been able to protect herself and her family.”
She also had an order of protection out against the guy she shot. (A piece of paper issued by the courts is still a piece of paper.)
And concealed carry works. Gunman cleared in fatal Canton gas station shooting.
Attorney Jeff Jakmides said his client acted in self-defense when he was attacked and punched by a man in the BP parking lot on Tuscarawas Street W near the Interstate 77 exit ramp. The man killed also wielded a knife that was later found at the scene by police, Jakmides said.
“He was in lawful possession of his sidearm,” Jakmides said of his client. “He has a concealed carry permit.”
Jay H. Schweitzer, 31, of Canton, died following the shooting on Oct. 6.
There were recently changes in Ohio law to dial back the often over-zealous prosecutors – who hate self-defense.
I’m guessing this is not how he thought his day would turn out, and now it keeps getting worse. Robbery suspect shot by Cleveland cellphone store employee charged in separate hold-up.
He tried to rob a Metro by T-Mobile store. The clerk shot him. He is charged in a robbery of a different Metro by T-Mobile store in April.
Jones has been in custody since an employee shot him in the stomach, left leg and right hand April 23 at another of the chain’s locations on Harvard Avenue at East 93rd Street, according to police reports and court records.
The other robbery was on April 19th.
So did the law-abiding gun-owner stop a crime spree? Who knows? But I know that self-defense is a human-right.
My guess is that the teacher in question had a weak password. (Pet name, kid’s name, spouse’s name, etc.) 13-Year-Old Allegedly Hacked Teacher Account to Create Student ‘Hit List’.
A 13-year-old is currently under investigation after he allegedly used a teacher’s credentials to hack into his school district’s computing system to steal fellow students’ personal information and create a “hit list.”
It dosen’t say, and the original article at the Columbus, Ohio ABC affiliate also doesn’t say, how he got that teachers login and password. If I had to guess (which I do) I would say the logins are known (you have to be able to send emails to the teacher after all), and her password was easy to guess based on information known about her by her class. Which is why you should never use your pet’s name as a PW.
The good news is they stopped this kid before he shot up the kids who were bullying him. (Don’t we have anti-bullying programs today?) The bad news is I doubt anyone will improve the level of their security.