Wednesday FGS

| August 25, 2021

Wilson SFX9 Subcompact

1 / 0 / 0
Hat tip to our own Mason for the pic. Article below.

OCPD: Armed Man Shoots, Kills Robbery Suspect In Bricktown

Oklahoma City police said an armed suspect was shot to death in an attempted robbery Monday in Bricktown.

According to police, this occurred at 150 E. Reno Ave near the U-Haul Moving & Storage facility.

Police said the suspect approached two people, pulled out a gun, and demanded their property. According to the report, one of the victims then pulled out his own weapon and shot the alleged robber.

Officers quickly arrived on scene and began CPR on the suspect.

The suspect died at the scene.

No score.

Woman pulls knife, victim wields gun to defend himself

Keri Thornton
Aug. 23—An woman who brandished a knife was stopped when the victim pulled his firearm as she came toward him.

On Aug. 17, Tahlequah Police Sgt. Justin Leatherwood was dispatched to Sequoyah Park on a report of a woman who pulled a knife on a couple who were taking photos there.

Russell and Deborah Armstrong said they stopped by the pavilion for photos, and the woman told them they couldn’t take pictures there.

“Armstrong stated that the female pulled out an orange box knife and came toward them,” Leatherwood said. “At that time, Russell pulled his firearm out and the female stopped, and the [Armstrongs] then called the police.”

0 / 1 / 0
Thanks to our David for the link.

Border Patrol Long Range Tracker Aircraft Disrupts Major Cartel Cocaine Distribution

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Air and Marine Operations (AMO) National Air Security Operations Center, P-3 Long Range Tracker and Airborne Early Warning crews and partners disrupted the flow of 113,779 pounds of cocaine in drug source and transit zones through the end of the third quarter of Fiscal Year 2021. It is estimated that United States Southern Command counter-narcotics operations involving Air and Marine Operations, federal and international partners denied transnational criminal organizations more than two billion dollars between October 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.

National Air Security Operations Center P-3 capabilities are essential to United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) Operations, contributing to an increased law enforcement presence in narcotics transit zones. This partnership bolsters support to the U.S. and international law enforcement by sharing information and intelligence to help expand target packages.

Since the beginning of Fiscal Year 2021, AMO P-3 crews have flown 5,485 flight hours. Eighty-five percent of those flight hours have been piloted in collaboration with SOUTHCOM partners. For every hour flown by a P-3 aircrew during this timeframe, federal and international authorities stopped the flow of 24.3 pounds of cocaine.

No Score.
San Angelo
Good to see the old girl still kicking ass and taking names. Link courtesy of Gun Bunny, I think. The email text ended with, “Gun Bunny (ps I won’t even make any disparaging remarks about wings and engines and shit)”
Very strange.

Thanks, gentlemen.

A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves. — Edward R. Murrow

Category: Feel Good Stories, Guest Link

Comments (3)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Anonymous says:

    Three Little Pigs (updated for today):

  2. Tallywhagger says:

    Bad boy demanded their property and they gave it to him, enthusiastically.

  3. KoB says:

    The heat? A disturbance in The Force? An out of body experience? Maybe it’s a severe case of lackofnookie? Off his feed? Hopefully a cooling off of the weather, double helping of June Cleaver, a side of Della Street, followed up with some Sarah MacKenzie will help. If I start lusting after a Glock…it’s too late…put me out of my misery.

    “…in-house 1911 inspired…” And it’s made of medal…as God and JMB intended weapons to be.