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| May 21, 2024 | 9 Comments

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Police: Teen dies following home invasion, gunfire at Savannah house
Officers responded Saturday night after a report of an armed person “forcefully entering” a Savannah home.

Andy Cole, Graham Cawthon
Update 3:20 p.m.: Police say the victim in the shooting is the suspect who forced his way into the home.

The 16-year-old juvenile has not been identified.

Update 11:42 a.m.: Savannah police say the child’s death has been ruled a homicide.

According to SPD, officers responded to the 1100 block of W 49th Street around 7:35 p.m. after a report of an armed person “forcefully entering” a home.

“Upon arrival police were told the resident had confronted the intruder and shots had been fired. After a protective sweep of residences in the immediate area was conducted, officers were able to find the male juvenile and discovered that he suffered injuries that included a gunshot wound. Life saving measures were performed by officers, but he succumbed to his injuries on the scene.”

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Child, no. Minor because of age and a budding criminal career tragically ended. Sad. Thanks again, Gun Bunny.


The gun gives boldness, enterprise, and independence to the mind. Let your gun, therefore, be the constant companion of your walks.
Thomas Jefferson

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So the child felon doesn’t get to be an adult felon.

Another death saving taxpayer dollars from future crimes and incarcertion.


Two 16-year-olds. They should be focused on finishing school and chasing girls (hopefully responsibly, as opposed to simply creating mo’ baby mamas). Instead, it’s about that life. Now one’s left this mortal plane while the other is probably going to have a permanent limp.

I was a hoodlum and won’t share everything I did as a teenager here. I never messed with drugs or breaking into people’s property, but I did my share of things I’m not proud of. I also spent a little time in both juvie and jail, not for maliciousness, but rather for ignorance and outright stupidity. In a different situation, that Desert Eagle BB gun that got a 16-year-old me a brandishing charge could have been the last thing these hands held. Had I not been polite and honest when I got pulled over for that speeding ticket at 18, the “concealed” weapon I was eventually convicted of having might have been the cause of me bleeding out on the side of VA RTE 288.

“Kids grow up so quick these days!” There’s truth to that, and modern culture means that more and more grow to become criminals and non-contributors well before they’re considered to be at the age of majority. Seventeen-year-old T-Bone is looking at 30 years in prison for murder while his five 13-to-16-year-old baby mamas are already calculating how much welfare they’ll receive if they find another “man” and pawn their kids off on their own parents. T-Bone’s 13-year-old little brother, No-Bone, looks up to him as a pillar of manhood and is already slanging and banging. He’ll spread his seed and get a lengthy sentence himself eventually.


You just nailed what is wrong with a certain demographic with a certain set of values. Funny how the males 13 to 70 only make up about 5% of the population but commit at least 50% of the felonies.


One (1) young lad who’s criminal career has been cut short and another that will limp thru life until his career, too, is cut short. Pity that the choir will be short a coupla tenors.

TJ’s advice holds true even more so today.

Our Beloved AW1Ed certainly knows how to keep his Gun Bunny occupied and out of trouble, doesn’t he.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

“… occupied and out of trouble…”

Yet, here you are, again and again.

It’s one of my Super Powers.


I miss my Ruger Blackhawk.
I may still get one again, someday.

Skivvy Stacker

I refer to them as being pixilated. It seems that when you see body cam videos of a perp getting shot, they always pixilate the bad guy if the shooting results in his demise.
Although I don’t see it becoming popular in the media; “Unarmed 20 year old black teen carrying a knife pixilated by police…film at eleven.”


That pistola is an old model Ruger Blackhawk three screw. I have two of them. They do not have the transfer bar. They are extremely accurate when shooting .38 special cowboy action loads.