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| March 10, 2022

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DA: Brunswick deputies ‘legally justified in using deadly force’ in October fatal shooting

JAMEY CROSS Wilmington StarNews
Two deputies who fatally shot a 57-year-old man in Leland in October won’t be criminally charged, District Attorney Jon David said following an investigation into the incident.

According to a news release from the District Attorney’s Office, an investigation in consultation with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, including a review of evidence, body camera footage, witness and officer statements, was conducted and David determined the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Offices deputies were “legally justified in using deadly force.”

On Oct. 10, 2021, deputies were sent to 8627 Wanets Landing Road in Leland after Linda Beck called 911 and said her husband, Michael Beck, had discharged a firearm in her direction twice.

Linda Beck also told dispatchers her husband would be “very volatile when the deputies show up, I can tell you that…I’m scared that he will try to kill all of them and me too,” according to the release.

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Suspect shot, killed in Marion County police pursuit

Ben Benton, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents are probing the circumstances that led to a deadly officer-involved shooting overnight Monday in Marion County.

Preliminary reports indicate a South Pittsburg police officer attempted to stop a vehicle. When the driver refused to stop, deputies with the Marion County Sheriff’s Department pursued, TBI spokesperson Susan Niland said in a press release issued Tuesday.

The pursuit continued until the vehicle became disabled on some railroad tracks. Niland said reports indicate as officers approached the vehicle, they heard a shot fired, saw the driver with a gun and one deputy fired his weapon.

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Man killed by Lee’s Summit resident after he allegedly fired gunshots into home: police

Bill Lukitsch
A Lee’s Summit resident fatally shot a 22-year-old man who allegedly fired several gunshots through the front door of a home early Tuesday morning while searching for an ex-girlfriend, according to police.

Police have identified the man killed as Zavion Miles, of Raytown, Sgt. Chris Depue, a Lee’s Summit Police Department spokesman, said in a statement Wednesday.

Officers were first dispatched around 1 a.m. Tuesday to the 100 block of N.E. Chinquapin Court on a reported disturbance. Miles was shot dead inside a house when police arrived.

Miles was allegedly searching for a female inside that residence with whom he had a previous relationship.

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Another FGS Trifecta courtesy of our own Gun Bunny.

The power of the state is measured by the power that men surrender to it. — Felix Morley

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Frankie Cee

First, and a fine trifecta it is.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Appears that the ex is just not that into Mr Zavion any more. He’d have done better to move on a few Miles for a camel. Oops, too late.

Yep, she’s not into him but some bullets are. And some deputies are good to go on their range time. Happy Trifecta DRTs to our WW! See Willy grin.

That thar S&W Wheelie is as shiny as a certain Mrs. Somebody’s eyes are gonna be when she starts accessorizing with it. And as pretty as she is too! You may also notice that it is made of wood and metal, just as Messrs Colt, Remington, Smith, Wesson, and Browning intended. 😍

Never surrender, never retreat.

Escort duty will keep me out and about for most of the day. Y’all try to behave yo selves. See ya this pm.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Escort duty……….escorting what? Where?
Just in case something happens, you hold your lensatic backwards, hold your topo map upside down, get lost, we have a place to start S&R on a Gun Bunny.
That is, after morning coffee. Gotta wake up the few functioning brain cells, wouldn’t do to have two of us lost.

Escort duty to little big town(s) Fur Baby Doctor and a Hooman Chancre Mechanic. Fur Baby Doc was a Mission Success, Chancre Mech…not so much. Wasted trip that will require another trip to the OTHER little big town, tomorrow or Monday. Feeling the pain that others here have spoken of re the whole “Health Care” System. The incompetence is real.

Me get lost?!? DaHell you think I am…a 2LT? I never get lost, somebody is always telling me where I can go…and what to do to myself when I get there.


Another 3 get ventilated. Permanently

jeff LPH 3 63-66

If Miles had walked a mile to buy a camel, he still would be alive.