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| December 14, 2019

Bond Arms Snake Slayer in .45LC and/or 410 Shot

Thieves make off with hundreds in property as homeowner shoots at them

By: Chris Bovia
CROTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. — The Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two thieves caught-in-the-act by a home owner.

The woman had only been gone a couple of hours when she returned home to find a man carrying jewelry, firearms, money and medication out of the house. The woman fired what police are calling “several rounds” at the suspect as he ran off.

The suspect is described on the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page as a white male, 5-foot-7, about 170 lbs, wearing a dark ski mask, a camoflauge coat, tennis shoes and jeans.

The man ran out the door and got into a maroon “Jeep-type” vehicle with another white male who had a thick, but trimmed black beard.

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Man shot while trying to break into apartment on Spottswood

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Police said a man was shot Thursday while trying to break into an apartment near Highland and Southern.

Police found a man with a gunshot wound around 1 p.m. at the University Highlands apartments in the 3400 block of Spottswood.

Officers detained one man on the scene and are continuing to investigate.

Police said the victim was trying to break into a residence when he was shot.

It was a scary situation that neighbors were shocked to hear about, but they’re hoping this failed burglary attempt will serve as a deterrent to any future criminals.

Residents said they’ve never had a violent break-in like this.

“That’s why I was alarmed when I heard about it,” Ladarius Jordan said. “A break-in is unusual around here. But I guess you gotta be on your Ps and Qs at times.”

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Two injured in shooting during suspected robbery at Lanett home

LANETT, Ala. (WRBL) – Lanett police say two people where shot in what appears to be a robbery at a home in the Plant City Community.

“On Wednesday’s Dec 11th, 2019, in the early afternoon, the Lanett Police Department responded to a residence on East 20th St in reference to a shooting. Officers received information three black males entered this residence and demanded money from the resident. In the course of the encounter the resident received a gunshot wound to the leg. One offender received a gunshot wound to the chest, “ said Chief Johnny Wood.

Investigators say both subjects suffering from gunshot wounds were hospitalized and so far are reported to be in stable condition.

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Zero morts, two inconvenienced and four in the wind, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. Another case of mislabeling “thug” for “victim” too. *sigh*

The people are not to be disarmed of their weapons. They are left in full possession of them. — Zachariah Johnson, 3 Elliot, Debates at 646

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  1. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    “Wrong house.”

  2. 5th/77th FA says:

    Trash all over the country, North, Central, and South. “Victim?”

    Real nice little hideaway hand cannon you gots there Mister. Paladin would be proud. “Snake Slayer.” Plenty of snakes that need slaying every morning here.

  3. Ex-PH2 says:

    “…three black males entered this residence and demanded money from the resident.”

    Gee and I keep my cash hoard hidden where you can’t get at it without a secret squirrelly code.

  4. The Al says:

    Homeowner in Michigan needs more range time. They gave her a target-rich environment, and she didn’t wound either? Practice, practice, practice

  5. 11B-Mailclerk says:

    I feel good that they caught this shitbag. Drop the hammer, judge.