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Post subject: Another trial averted - goblin meets maker
Post Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:54 am
Taxpayer money saved: cost of a trial and the cost of 3 hots and cot for an unknown amount of time.

Milwaukee bar owner fires at three armed robbers, gets one.

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Earlier in the day, Kochanski, 43, told reporters that three armed men tried to rob the establishment Thursday night while he and two customers were inside.

He fired at the robbers, killing one of them. Milwaukee police confirmed those details, and the two other suspects fled, Milwaukee police Lt. Mark Stanmeyer said.

Stanmeyer said Kochanski is cooperating with the investigation, and the case will be reviewed by the Milwaukee County district attorney's office in the coming days. Police have not identified the dead suspect.

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Post Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:31 am
That won't make the NBC news, well unless he was a young black man and the bar owner was white

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Post Posted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 10:30 pm
grumpy cat says "Good"! ;)

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Post subject: Re: Another trial averted - goblin meets maker
Post Posted: Sun Aug 25, 2013 10:16 am
And yet another trial averted. Cleaning out the shallow end of the gene pool is a slow but rewarding task.

Would-be robber shot, killed by Domino's pizza driver

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WEST MELBOURNE, FL --

Investigators say a Brevard County pizza delivery man took action into his own hands -- shooting and killing a would-be robber.

Investigators said Byron Park, a Domino's employee, had just delivered a pizza to one of the rooms at the Days Inn off US-192 near Interstate 95.

Park, 54, went back to his car, sat down and starting counting his money and tip, waiting for his next call for a delivery.

That’s when investigators said 32-year-old Fredrick Kelly Jr. approached him with a knife, demanding money and threatening to kill him.

Park pulled out his firearm and fired once toward Kelly, who was struck and pronounced dead at the scene.


Here's a one minute video of a bunch of LEOs documenting the scene. :roll:

Also another case of taking a knife to a gun fight.
I certainly hope Domino's does the right thing. ie NOTHING!

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Post Posted: Sun Aug 25, 2013 12:58 pm
To paraphrase Kenny Rogers:

You never count your money when you're sittin' at the motel.
There'll be time enough for countin' when the evening's done.

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Post Posted: Tue Aug 27, 2013 6:47 am
This one remains questionable right now.

Hamilton homeowner shoots, kills man in robbery after being stabbed multiple times

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CINCINNATI -- Police said a man was shot to death and another was stabbed Thursday night during a home invasion in Hamilton.

When officers arrived at the home in the 1800 block of Parrish Avenue, they found 38-year-old Robert D. Shoemaker with multiple stab wounds to his neck on his front porch.

Inside, they found 44-year-old Chad Gabbard dead from multiple gunshot wounds.

Police said Gabbard, whose last known address was in the 1200 block of Ross Avenue in Hamilton, was attempting to commit a robbery at the home and stabbed Shoemaker.

Shoemaker then shot and killed Gabbard in self-defense, according to an initial investigation.

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Post Posted: Tue Aug 27, 2013 6:50 am
This one is a couple of weeks old.

Homeowner shoots, kills ax-wielding man who threatened family

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY , Texas—A man who threatened a homeowner with an ax in front of a woman and several children Friday night was shot and killed, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

It happened in the 16200 block of Suzanne around 11:30 p.m.

According to deputies, a 40-year-old man was involved in some sort of disturbance at another residence then drove his pickup truck through a yard and parked in front of the homeowner's place. That is when he pulled an ax out of the truck and went to confront the homeowner.

The homeowner’s wife and several children, all under the age of 10, were around.

Feeling threatened, the homeowner retrieved a gun and opened fire, shooting the man in the chest, deputies said.

MCHD and North Montgomery County Fire Department responded to the scene. The man was transported to Conroe Regional Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. His identity has not been released pending notification of next of kin.

No charges have been filed against the homeowner.

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Post Posted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 6:29 am
They just keep showing up in the news.
This "kid" probably knew the victims, probably had read the signs and still played the predator.
Schuylkill County homeowner fatally shoots 18-year-old intruder

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EAST BRUNSWICK TWP., Pa. - An investigation into a deadly shooting in Schuylkill County is now in the hands of the district attorney. An 18-year-old is dead, and a couple is shaken up after a home invasion in East Brunswick Township turned deadly Saturday evening.
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According to authorities, Stein discovered 18-year-old Zachary Foster inside his home. It's not clear whether the two knew each other, but Foster lived just down the road. The two families' mailboxes are side by side.
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Stein's property is clearly marked with no trespassing signs, warning it could end with injury or death. The 49-year-old and Booth were back at their home Sunday, but had no comment about the deadly shooting. Nearby at Foster's house, family and friends were hugging and comforting each other. While police continue to investigate.

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Post Posted: Thu Sep 05, 2013 11:23 pm
We're still thinning the herd.

Police: Homeowner fatally shoots intruder in midst of crime spree

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

A Northland homeowner grabbed his shotgun and fatally shot a man who burst into the family's garage while in the midst of a crime spree, Kansas City police say.

Police identified the man as 30-year-old Christopher Robinson, of Kansas City, KS.

Robinson was a suspect in multiple car burglaries and a carjacking. He even broke into one home and stole a vehicle that he rammed through the garage door, police said.

The criminal's spree ended when a man, his wife and their baby woke up when they heard the burglar kicking in a garage door as he attempted to steal the family vehicle. Police said the homeowner grabbed his shotgun. The homeowner headed downstairs and confronted Robinson, whom police found dead inside the garage.

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Post subject: Re: Another trial averted - goblin meets maker
Post Posted: Thu Sep 05, 2013 11:38 pm
Good!

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Post subject: Re: Another trial averted - goblin meets maker
Post Posted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 9:13 am
I decided to add this here and make a side comment.

Man With Chainsaw Shot And Killed After Threatening Woman

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(CBS Seattle) — The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department says a teenager was shot and killed on the Key Peninsula Monday after waving a chainsaw at his father’s girlfriend.

According to the Tacoma News Tribune, the 19-year-old man demanded that his father’s girlfriend and her son leave the property in Vaughn late Monday night, but she refused. That’s when the man started the chainsaw and threatened to cut people, the News Tribune reported. The woman’s son heard yelling the sound of the chainsaw and went inside the mobile home with a loaded gun, Sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer told the News Tribune.


Now for the comment/story:
Back when I was an instructor at NTC Glakes, and Richard Daley Sr. was Chicago's mayor (Yes, THAT long ago!), Chicago was cracking down gun ownership and carrying. Someone, a radio personality I think, made the comment that though it was illegal to walk around Chicago with a gun, you could walk around pretty much anywhere with a chainsaw.

That would pretty much limit me when I did own a chain saw since I only had a 100 foot extension cord.
Does anybody besides me remember Grandma Duck's electric car? It ran off an extension cord.

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Post subject: Re: Another trial averted - goblin meets maker
Post Posted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 1:14 pm
Sometime you don't need training just luck.

Fort Bend (TX) teen kills intruder

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The teenage son of a Houston police officer shot and killed an intruder Friday at the family's home in Fort Bend County, officials said.

The teen was on the telephone with his father, Houston Police Department officer Ken Patmon, when he opened fire at one of two people who had forced their way into the home, officials said.

Patmon was on duty about 3:15 p.m. when he got the urgent call.

"He said, 'Dad's someone's banging on the door.' This is certainly not customary here," Patmon said as Fort Bend County Sheriff's deputies continued their investigation into the incident in the 17000 block of Manchester Point Lane.

Patmon said his 18-year-old son, who was home alone, then heard someone pounding on the back door. Seconds later, two men were inside.


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"One of the suspects started to go upstairs. That's when my son took care of himself and our home," Patmon said.

Sheriff's officials said the teenager shot one of the men, who later was pronounced dead at the scene. The other home invader fled, driving away in what sheriff's officials said was described as a dark blue Nissan Sentra.

The teen fatally shot the intruder with a pistol belonging to his father.

"He's never used a firearm - ever," the officer said. "He maintained his poise and did extremely well under the circumstances."

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Post subject: Re: Another trial averted - goblin meets maker
Post Posted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 1:49 pm
How can you grow up in a house with firearms, in Texas no less, and never used one?

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Post Posted: Wed Oct 16, 2013 5:31 pm
Didn't say he never fired one,said he never used one. and used it well.
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Post subject: Re: Another trial averted - goblin meets maker
Post Posted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:54 pm
I could add national stories to this thread daily but I prefer to just post Ohio ones.
In this case, Toledo. Where else?

Clerk, suspect shoot each other in would-be robbery

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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A suspected robber is dead and a clerk is in the hospital, following an attempted robbery Saturday night in west Toledo.

It happened around 9 p.m. Saturday at the Stop and Go, 3131 W. Sylvania Avenue, just east of Secor Road.

Toledo Police say a male suspect, identified as 28-year-old Christopher Shockley, tried to rob a female clerk, 29-year-old December Long, at gunpoint, but Long was armed as well.

Police say both Shockley and Long fired shots, hitting and wounding one another.

Both were taken to a local hospital for treatment. Shockley was later pronounced dead.


I hope the young woman recovers and still has a job after this.

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