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| November 25, 2020


CZ-75

Robbery Attempt Leaves One Man Dead

By News Director Jared Atha
One man is dead and another was shot after an apparent home invasion and robbery attempt went bad early Saturday morning in Elk City.

25-year-old Isaiah Johnson was arrested Sunday on a complaint of second degree murder for his role in the crime.

According to authorities with the Elk City Police Department the shooting took place inside a home in the 600 block of N. Watkins. The home owner would tell police that two men, Johnson and 39-year-old Samuel Castro Junior had entered his home and approached the victim in his bedroom. He would say that Castro would point a gun at his head and demanded money. Fearing for his life, the homeowner would successfully overpower and take the gun from Castro and stated that he shot Castro multiple times until he fell to the floor. Castro died at the scene. The homeowner stated that Johnson would flee the home.

Later, police were contacted by the Great Plains Regional Medical Center to report a man that was being treated for a gunshot wound to the chest and arm. The man, Johnson, was treated and released to the Elk City Police where he was transported to the Elk City Police Department for questioning.

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Police: Off-duty officer shoots, kills burglar in West Miami-Dade

Sheldon Fox, Katrina Bush
An off-duty City of Miami Police officer shot and killed a man who allegedly attempted to break into a West Miami-Dade home while his teenage son was inside, according to investigators.

Miami-Dade Police and Fire Rescue units responded to the scene along the 700 block of Southwest 98th Court at around 4 p.m., Monday.

“I hear ‘Boom, boom, boom, boom,’” neighbor Raul Artiles said. “Somebody shooting with a pistol, like 10 or 13 times.”

According to police, a person attempted to break into the home while a 13-year-old boy was inside.

“The 13-year-old child located within the residence contacted his parents and stated that someone was trying to break in from the rear,” Miami-Dade Police detective Kristopher Welch said. “His father, a City of Miami Police officer, responded on scene, confronted the subject, shots were fired. He ultimately succumbed to his injuries.”

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“You need only reflect that one of the best ways to get yourself a reputation as a dangerous citizen these days is to go about repeating the very phrases which our founding fathers used in the struggle for independence.” —CHARLES A. BEARD

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  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    “…shot Castro multiple times until he fell to the floor.” “…died at the scene.”

    “…confronted the subject, shots were fired.” “…succumbed to his injuries.”

    And THAT, Girls and Boys, is how it is done. Now if the 3rd dirtbag can just succumb from a nice septic infection we will have another trifecta for our Brother Wilted Willy.

    Be nice if we could buy a CZ 75 for what is shown in the linky article. Hell, be nice if you could just find some for sell, ready to be bought.

    • Old tanker says:

      Given that Trump has just told his admin team to cooperate in transition with Biden you can bet there is NOT going to be a relaxation in the shortage of weapons and ammunition anytime soon. We are going to be in for one hell of a fight from several angles just to keep the 2nd viable. Look for exorbitant taxes on ammunition and weapons in addition an attack on all concealed carry as well as AR’s.

      • MI Ranger says:

        So you are saying I need to learn to reload huh!

        I was hoping to restock my rapidly dwindling supply soo, hoping the COVID cannibals’ and Antifaites would stop making the cities their playground for Chaos long enough for supply to catch up with demand. Used to be that one could order by mail a nice years supply for a reasonable price (much cheaper than gun shows). Now everyone is saying OUT OF STOCK or One box per customer.

        I guess it is a good thing that all but my EDC were lost in those “horrible Boating accidents”.

  2. David says:

    Think someone should be whupped for writing that last Miami paragraph. Huh?

    CZ75 … it’s like holding a chunk of bank vault in your hand. Show someone a Tupperware 9, then the 75. They can instantly tell that the CZ is a serious gun for serious business when their butt is on the line. If you have a HiPower or a 75, you have done well.

  3. MI Ranger says:

    So I’m a little confused and now curious: The Homeowner said he took the gun away from Mr. Castro and proceeded to perforate him until he fell to the floor, presumably he felt he was no longer a threat at that point. What I am confused about is, that Mr. Johnson ran away and was later found being treated for gun shot wounds to the chest and arm. Does that mean the the perforations of Mr. Castro went all the way through and struck Mr. Johnson? If so I wonder what ammo was being used?

    I have only experience such thing once before, though not the same. We were qualifying at a range at Fort Huachuaca, AZ. I was doing fine, but there was a lot of dust being kicked up by the rounds, since the desert is so dry (yes, and amazing phenomena a dry desert). In my prone unsupported firing, two target came up and I fired, like a good solider at the one in front, but when the dust cleared the second target was no longer visible so I could not shoot at it. I was pissed, because I had rounds left, and was not going to get my usual perfect 40 out of 40. Well when they called our names, they said 2LT Johnson 40! Congrats… I was baffled, until later when I was observing (we 2LTs were running the range) and saw two other Soldiers do the exact same thing I did: Round went through one target and hit the rear one. It was only on certain positions and only on that double target set up. No one else did the perfect 40 of 40 though, but it saved some of the others from not qualifying…yes, MI has some folks who can’t shoot! Those of us who started Infantry had a little better instruction when we started.