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| December 17, 2022

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Ludlow homeowner shot alleged thief in self-defense, prosecutor says
Authorities say the suspect is lucky to be alive.

KENTON COUNTY, Ky. (WXIX) – A Ludlow man will not be charged after shooting a man police say broke into several cars in the area.

Damon Hammons is the man recorded on video trying to break into cars as well as a home shortly before he was shot, according to Kenton County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rob Sanders.

Sanders says the man who shot Hammons acted in self-defense. FOX19 is not naming him because he is not being charged.

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“I’m not scared of you.”
“OK. Say hallo to my little frien’.” BANG!

25-year-old man killed in police shooting during a disturbance in Belton neighborhood

Robert A. Cronkleton
A 25-year-old man was killed in a police shooting Thursday night after he allegedly raised a gun towards an officer during a disturbance in a Belton neighborhood, the Belton Police Department said in a post on Facebook.

The man killed in the shooting was identified as William F. Blakely of Belton, police said.

Officers responded to an armed disturbance about 9:30 p.m. in the 100 block of W. Hargis Street. Arriving officers found Blakely who was allegedly armed with a handgun. He allegedly refused follow officers commands to drop the gun, police said.

A taser was used. Blakely, however, allegedly continued refuse to drop the weapon. He allegedly raised the gun toward an officer.

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Bill Blakely of Belton is allegedly dead.

HPD: Man shot by police following carjacking, crash in Sharpstown area
HPD said the carjacker was shot after pulling out a gun while being chased through an apartment complex.

Author: Jaime E. Galvan
The Houston Police Department said officers were involved in a shooting with a man wanted in a carjacking in the Sharpstown area Friday morning.

HPD Assist. Chief Kevin Deese said the incident started out as a carjacking on Woodland Park near Meadowglen Lane at about 6:48 a.m. Officers then spotted the carjacker in the stolen sedan at about 7:20 a.m. behind the old Sharpstown Mall, now known as PlazAmericas, and began following him.

The officers tried to pull him over on Bellaire Boulevard, but the driver sped off. Police said he eventually crashed into an innocent driver, disabling the stolen car.

The carjacker took off running to a nearby apartment complex, police said. After running through the complex, the man made it to a gate and could not go any farther.

Police ordered him to surrender but he refused. Police said the officers tried to use a Taser to stop him but it was not effective.

The carjacker then ran around the gate to the courtyard. Police said he pulled out a gun and officers fired two shots at him.

The carjacker continued running through the complex and went up a stairway before there was another round of shots fired at him from the officers, police said. That is the point where the man finally surrendered.

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The carjacker surrendered before the Po-Po could scare him to death. KHOU is there! Thanks again for the links, Gun Bunny.

There is but one answer to terrorism and it is best delivered with a Winchester rifle.
Theodore Roosevelt

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President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Kentucky = a second Texas?

Not scared of me? That’s ok.
You should be scared of this high speed lead-and-copper projectile heading in your direction, that’s emanating from this metal object that I’m holding. That projectile, when it hits you, will HURT! A LOT!

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

Well, THERE’S a state we don’t often hear from on the FGS, Missouri. I wonder why?


Loaded up the bases with a trifecta of FGS then made a Grand Slam with the Gun Pr0n. Ya done good there, Kid Squid (ht2 ol’ poe). You knew I’d get lost in those linkys, didn’t ya! Well played. Now if only (we beat) Navy had of had such a game plan on weekend past….

Y’all may notice in the gun pr0n linkys that Bull Moose’s favorite caliber was a .45? jus’ sayin’

We could use another Bull Moose in the WH today instead of the Bull Sh^t that we now have.


I knew when they put those apartment complexes up in the old Sharpstown area that they’d turn into crime holes. They were built in such a way that the LEO has a heck of a time chasing a suspect through them – too many ingress and egress points.
Seems some of the gates are still up – I guess the management and law-abiding residents are still trying to control the area.
Now, I wonder where those bullets went? Only one in the leg?
Get some range time, boys!