Tuesday Feel Good Stories

| June 4, 2019

Homemade gun pr0n

Woman shoots man trying to enter Gresham home through window: police
The 20-year-old man was trying to help an acquaintance who was locked out of her home at 8:41 a.m. in the 8900 block of South Lowe.

By Luke Wilusz
A woman with a concealed-carry license shot a man who tried to enter her home through a window Monday in Gresham on the South Side.

The 20-year-old man was trying to help an acquaintance who was locked out of her home at 8:41 a.m. in the 8900 block of South Lowe, according to Chicago police.

While he was trying to get in through the window, a 34-year-old woman inside the home shot him, police said. The woman, who lives at the home with the man’s friend, called 911 to report the shooting.

The man ran away and later showed up with gunshot wounds to his left shoulder and left knee at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park, police said. He was transferred to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where his condition was stabilized.

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Read the rest of the article here: Chicago-Sun Times

Homeowner shoots intruder in the leg after break-in at Mosaic Apartments

Joey Gill
NASHVILLE (WSMV) – Investigators are looking into a shooting that occurred after a break-in at Mosaic Apartments on Patricia Drive.

News4 spoke with the homeowner who shot at the suspect who broke into his apartment. He tells us that his wife and mother-in-law were at home at the time of the break-in. The suspect used a folding chair to break the glass patio door.

The homeowner said he heard a banging sound, so he grabbed a gun and took the women into the back of the apartment. While on the phone with 911, the homeowner warned the suspect not to move. The suspect did not listen and the homeowner shot the suspect in the leg.

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The rest of the article may be viewed here: WSMV NBC 4 News

Man shot by off-duty deputy at Riverside mall following robbery attempt of the deputy
The intended victims were an off-duty sheriff’s deputy, who was with his family, police say.

By Richard K. De Atley and Josh Cain
An off-duty sheriff’s deputy leaving the Galleria at Tyler in Riverside on Saturday with his family shot and wounded a gun-wielding man who tried to rob them, police said Sunday.

Multiple people called 911 after hearing gunfire that erupted in the mall’s parking lot at 9:45 p.m., officials from the Riverside Police Department said.

In a written statement, police said that’s around when the suspect — later identified as 25-year-old Moreno Valley resident Victor Hugo Ochoa — approached the deputy and his family members.

Police said the suspect “produced a firearm, then demanded (the family’s) belongings.”

“This attempted armed robbery resulted in a deputy-involved shooting,” police said in the statement.

The deputy fired his weapon at least once at the suspect. It’s not clear whether the deputy was armed with his department-issued firearm or another gun at the time of the shooting.

It’s also not clear if the suspect fired his weapon. Neither the deputy nor any of this family members were injured in the incident.

Riverside Police Officer Ryan Railsback said that after the shooting, the suspect fled to a nearby vehicle, then drove away. About 15 minutes later, Ochoa appeared at a hospital in Riverside’s Magnolia Center neighborhood with a single gunshot wound that police said was non-life threatening.

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The rest of the poor victim selection skills article may be viewed here: Press Telegram

Another Trifecta the hard way, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, with no reported morts and none in the wind, and three recently perforated and eagerly waiting a sponge bath. Nurse Ratched grins…

“What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms.”
– Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, December 20, 1787

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Category: Feel Good Stories, Trifecta

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  1. Toxic Deplorable B Woodman says:

    There is SO much wrong with the first story.
    The shootee couldn’t have said something when the shooter started shooting? “Hey! Don’t shoot! I’m helping someone who lives here!”

    • Mike W. says:

      Ummm, ring the doorbell?
      It was 8:41am not the middle of the night.
      No reason to “break into” a house when someone is home.

  2. Ex-PH2 says:

    1st story – idiots couldn’t just knock on the door?

    Is that a brass knuckle + gun in that photo?

  3. GDContractor says:

    In regards to story number 3 about the deputy, this is another quote from the article: “He fired his weapon out of fear for his life and his family’s life,” Railsback said. “They’re victims in this.”

    It’s nice that off duty LEO in California have that legal option to defend themselves. If you’re just a regular citizen, however….

  4. 5th/77th FA says:

    Another trifecta AND another gingered headed Miss Thang…wearing an LBD..with legs to her neck. Proves that AW1Ed lubs us.

    Gawd awful fugly piece of recyclable junk. Might make a decent paper weight tho, so there is that.

    • AW1Ed says:

      “Gawd awful fugly piece of recyclable junk.”

      Hey, I have to throw Hondo a bone once in a while, otherwise he’ll get bored wander off. That’s gun pr0n in his eyes.

  5. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    That pictured zipgun proves that it is the shooter, not the ammo, that should be called

    (Puts on sunglasses)

    Dumdum

  6. David says:

    Both hands on triggers…

  7. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    The school resource deputy from Broward has been arrested and fired, for his inaction during the school shooting. Lots of charges.

    https://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/parkland/florida-school-shooting/fl-ne-scot-peterson-arrested-terminated-20190604-247rpiefs5abpjkv43jgdlayhi-story.html

    • Tallywhagger says:

      Wonderful news, definitely makes me feel better knowing that the Broward Coward will bear some of the burden of his gross dereliction of duty.

      Thanks for the link.

      • 11B-Mailclerk says:

        If convicted and imprisoned, he will experience being trapped in a building, at the mercy of a predator, and know that the guards who could protect him probably won’t.

        That is a rough thing for any man to endure. One ruled by fear will have an especially rough time.

        But unlike the kids, his nightmare will go on, and on, for a rather long time.