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| December 7, 2019

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Police: Dad defending family wrestled home intruders, grabbing and firing gun

By: Chris Jose
COBB COUNTY, Ga. – A father protected his family from a pair of home intruders when he wrestled one of the men, took his gun and fired it, Smyrna police said.

Sgt. Louis Defense told Channel 2’s Chris Jose the department is still working to identify the second suspect.

The home invasion took place on Nov. 23 in the 2300 block of Cobb Parkway in Smyrna, an arrest warrant shows.

Police identified one of the suspects as Antoine Brooks-Webb.

“He aggressively, and violently, with evil intentions, entered into the home,” said Defense.

Brooks demanded money and threatened a man, his wife and their son, police said.

According to the warrant, he said if the parents did not meet his demands, “The child would be shot.”

Defense told Jose the boy’s father fought back.

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Way to go, Dad! read the rest here:

Authorities probe fatal Lanier shooting

By Terry Richards
LAKELAND — Authorities are investigating a deadly shooting incident that took place Saturday in Lanier County.

Just before 10 p.m., deputies were dispatched to Ga. 168 near River Road, where several people said a fight had taken place in a roadway between two people who were related by marriage, according to a Lanier County Sheriff’s Office statement. One of the men had been shot.

Interviews indicate one of the men had been agitated while attending a birthday party at the residence and was eventually told to leave the home.

A short while later, while the homeowner and others were in the driveway near the highway, the agitated man returned, became aggressive, and at some point, brandished a knife, striking a family member and moving toward someone armed with a handgun, the statement said.

As the man approached, a single round was fired from the pistol and the man collapsed, according to the sheriff’s office.

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The rest of the article may be viewed here: Valdosta Daily

Arkansas suspect winds up in hospital after shootout with store manager

HELENA- WEST HELENA, Ark. — A suspect who allegedly tried to rob a local store manager and his son early Thursday morning wound up in the hospital after the victim fought back.

The store manager and his child were opening up Jordan’s Kwik Stop on Sebastian Street around 5:45 a.m. Thursday when a man with a gun forced them inside. The man reportedly said “let me get everything” and held them at gunpoint.

According to police, the store manager said, “OK, hold on, let me get it for you,” then grabbed a gun and shot the suspect twice during a shootout.

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One down and two inconvenienced, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. None in the wind though. Too bad, letting the dogs hunt is the best part of chasing down criminals.


No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. Thomas Jefferson, Proposed Virginia Constitution (1776).

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daHell is everybody at? I had to leave out at 0 God 30 hrs FIRST thing this morning. Headed up north to say our Farewells to a longtime Brother and Compatriot. Godspeed Mark, I’ll see you on the other side…soon.

Wondering if that plastisized abomination of gun pr0n drove all of the disciples of his Saintlyness John Moses Browning (Howitzer be his name) to read in the Book (Rev) Chapter (19) Verse (11)?

Seems like all of the drunk, old, white boy boomers in the Southeast were getting over their hangovers while the ‘hood rats were on the rampage. ‘Hood rats running out of victims, so they’re making it a “Family Affair.”

Tanks for moderating the troll ‘Ed. That blooming idiot (a play on the flower screen name) was starting to get not only annoying, but also making personal attacks. I was ignoring “it” for the most part, but it sure was burning up a lot of bandwidth.


Worse is that I know of at least one legit Lily, an Army doc in the late ’70s who was paying for med school. Ran into him at Walter Reed.