Thursday FGS

| May 13, 2021

Chiappa, because they can.

Man arrested after allegedly trying to rob, threaten woman on Dorchester golf course

Robert Goulston
DORCHESTER, Mass. — A man was arrested after he allegedly tried to rob a woman before putting his hands around her neck and threatening to kill her in Dorchester on Sunday, according to Boston Police.

Officers responded to the area of the Franklin Park Golf Course around 4:45 p.m. after receiving 911 calls reporting shots fired. When they arrived, they arrested Wayne Straw, 38, of Dorchester, on charges of aggravated assault.

A witness – who police said is licensed to carry a firearm — allegedly saw Straw threaten the woman and tried to stop what was happening.

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Of course the armed citizen will never see that firearm again.

Boston 25 News

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  1. 26Limabeans says:

    Clearly an act of racism.

    • KoB says:

      White privilege to carry a legally registered firearm. Wonder if he was interrogated by Detective Jane Rizzoli? She could make me confess to being in lust with her. Shoulda shot the bastard.

      Triple barrel? Phhtt! Amatuer! If one really wanted to put some canister and grape downrange from shoulder fired Artillery Platforms, get you a James Wilson designed, Henry Nock built 7 barrel Nock as carried by Jim Bowie at the Alamo. There may and/or may not be an 1862 repro Rabbit Ear double barrel in 12 gg within reach here at Firebase Magnolia. You know, just because.

  2. David says:

    Biggest problem with any drilling is weight, closely followed by cost. It ain’t cheap to regulate 3 barrels to the same point of aim, and all that steel makes for a pretty heavy gun to be trying to whip around in close quarters. That said… three 12 gauge loads at the press of the trigger(s) is intimidating to say the minimum.