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| January 25, 2021

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Home Intruder Fatally Shot

– A home intruder was fatally shot after reportedly threatening the residents when they arrived home.
On Sunday, January 17, a 911 call came into Magoffin County dispatch reporting a shooting at a mobile home on KY Rt. 378 near the Magoffin/Breathitt county line.

Kentucky State Police investigators responded to the home and discovered a male had been shot. According to a press release from KSP, the initial investigation indicates Bradley Johnson, 28, of Olive Hill, was unlawfully inside the residence of Lyndon Holland, an altercation ensued and a firearm was discharged, resulting in Johnson suffering a fatal gunshot wound.

Johnson was pronounced deceased at the scene by Magoffin County Coroner’s Office.

Magoffin County Deputy Coroner Brian Parker told Mortimer Media, “After forcing entry, he demanded their belongings and money and there was an altercation. Mr. Holland was assaulted by Mr. Johnson.

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Read the entire article here: Salyersville Independent

Arrest made in River Drive shooting; man acted in self-defense, sheriff says

By Abbie Sossamon
A Gaffney woman has been arrested in connection with the shooting incident that occurred Sunday, Jan. 17 on River Drive in Gaffney.

Cynthia Denise Cole, 57, of River Drive, who was shot in the mouth and jaw area and airlifted for medical treatment, was arrested Wednesday after being released from the hospital, Cherokee County Sheriff Steve Mueller announced Friday.

According to witness statements, Cole acted as the aggressor in the incident when she grabbed a butcher knife, raised it above her head and threatened to stab and kill Thomas Ray Hollis.

Hollis then pulled a small-caliber handgun from his pocket and fired a single shot, striking Cole in the mouth.

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Read the rest of the article here: Gaffney Ledger

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  1. Hondo says:

    (sigh) Another “brought a knife to a gunfight” incident.

    You’d think people would know by now that doesn’t usually work out so well.

    • AW1Ed says:

      Last month there was sort of a primitive weapon vs. firearm week here at the daily FGS. Didn’t plan it that way, just an anomaly of the news cycle.
      Your hypothesis was proved to be accurate.

      • KoB says:

        Yep, not only was Ms Thang with the knife, stoopid in that respect, she was also dog butt fugly, poor thing. And homeboy must of been a real winner too, to be locked up on an outstanding drug warrant.

        Good on the ‘Caintuck citizen for taking out the trash. Give him a jug of that thar mash as a ree-ward.

        Shore wish I still had that Mauser 98 we bought on the Blue Light Special at the K Marts for $8 way back yonder. Bastard stole that and a Marlin Century 100 .22 Lever Action that I had paid a fellow Dumbass Gun Bunny $20 for. Both were fine shooting irons. I hate a thief almost as much as a liar.

  2. CCO says:

    Speaking of the Mauser 98 and movies, go back and look at that one scene in “The Longest Day.” I mean the scene where the paratrooper on the ground in Normandy hears a click-click like the “cricket” he was issued. The sound turned out to be Mauser bolt being worked. Anybody know if that’s true? Does a Mauser action sound like a “cricket?”

  3. Graybeard says:

    So, Cynthia Denise Cole was shot in the mouth & jaw.

    That may not be the worst fate a woman can have, but it sure must be in the top 3.

    • President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman Grammar Nazi says:

      I had a comment I was going to make, that would be considered rude, crude, and socially unacceptable. But I thought better, and didn’t.