Wednesday Feel Good Stories

| September 11, 2019

No intro needed for the .45. The assisted flipper looks like a knife master Ken Onion design.

Sisters homeowner stops apparent burglary in progress

A Sisters resident stopped an apparent burglary in progress early Monday morning and held the alleged burglar at gunpoint until sheriff’s deputies arrived and arrested him.

Ryan Paul Huber, 43, of Sisters, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree burglary, first-degree criminal trespassing and second-degree criminal mischief and lodged in the Deschutes County jail.

Just before 2 a.m. Monday, a burglary in progress was reported at 1659 W. Carson Ave. in Sisters. Deputies were told an unknown man had broken down the back door of the home and entered, according to the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office. The homeowner, armed with a rifle, confronted Huber in the home and Huber then left, according to the sheriff’s office.

Huber went to a neighboring home and began ringing the doorbell, according to the sheriff’s office. That homeowner also called 911 and told Huber to leave. Huber then walked to the original home he allegedly broke into, where he was held at gunpoint by the homeowner until sheriff’s deputies arrived.

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Huber needs a psych eval. Read the entire article here: The Bend

Man shot and killed after stabbing person at party in rural Merced County

By Sara Sandrik
The remote area on the west side of Merced County became a crime scene Saturday night.

Deputies say a party was underway at a ranch down Green House Road when 48-year-old Mario Quinonez from Gustine became intoxicated and started threatening people with a knife.

“He cut a couple of people, and at some point or another, one of the subjects who was assaulted with the knife pulled out a gun to defend himself and ended up shooting the decedent,” said Merced County sheriff’s deputy Daryl Allen.

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The entire article may be viewed here: ABC 30 News

Two children attacked by rabid fox at Lexington bus stop

by Michelle Wolf
Two children were attacked at a school bus stop in Lexington.

Now health officials are confirming the animal involved represents Davidson county’s fifth case of rabies this year.

The children were waiting for their school bus Friday morning when a fox suddenly ran out of the woods right up to the kids. It shredded one child’s backpack and bit through another’s shoe.

The incident happened right outside American Children’s Home.

A staff member immediately got the kids back into the building and called animal control.

The incident happened right outside American Children’s Home.

A staff member immediately got the kids back into the building and called animal control.

“The staff reported that the fox was very aggressive and that was unusual for it to come out,” said Kathy Berrier, American Children’s Home president. “Thankfully our house parents are very vigilant and were able to get the children inside with no damage to the children. No bites or anything. The backpack didn’t fair quite as well, but they are safe.”


The health department tells FOX8 the fox ran back into the woods where a neighbor shot it after being bitten.

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As reported by by Michelle Wolf, can’t make this up. The neighbor best get ready for some serious medication. So, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, it looks like one departed, four inconvenienced, and none in the wind. I’m not counting animals in the totals.

A Bill of Rights that means what the majority wants it to mean is worthless. — Justice Antonin Scalia

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5th/77th FA

Everybody wanting to get all looney, stabby, shootey, and bitey today.

I would like to introduce that fine example of Mr. Colt’s rendition of the Saintly John Moses Browning’s (Howitzer be his name) design as “MINE”! Shall we now turn in the book to…well…you know.

I “Like” the flippy stabby thingie too!

jedipsycho (Certified Space Shuttle Door Gunner)

To be fair, there really isn’t much to *do* in Sisters, OR.


Here is something likely to be a “feel good” for many of the denizens of this lair:

SCOTUS, 7-2, stayed the injunctions.


Hmm. I think that was SCOTUS-speak for

“Hey Judge. Knock off the Bullshit.”