Saturday FGS

| December 21, 2019

For medicinal use only.

IRCSO: Man shot near 39th Street in Indian River County, transported to hospital under trauma alert

Max Chesnes
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — A man was shot in the thigh just after 10 a.m. Wednesday near the 5700 block of 39th Street.

A trespassing call came in to the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office at 10:19 a.m., according to Sheriff’s Office spokesman Maj. Eric Flowers. A homeowner reportedly shot the white male as he was trespassing on their property, although the information is still preliminary.

The wounded man was found outside near 5666 38th Place, according to Flowers.

The man has a single gunshot wound to the thigh and is currently being transported to Lawnwood Regional Medical Center under a trauma alert, Flowers said. He is currently awake and talking to medical officials.

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Read the entire article here: TC Palm

2 wounded in shootout after teens rob food delivery driver in Petersburg

Laura Perrot
PETERSBURG, Va. (WRIC) — Two people were wounded in a shootout in Petersburg Wednesday night after two teens robbed a food delivery driver.

A Petersburg Police spokesperson told 8News a teen boy and girl, both 16-years-old, robbed the delivery driver on Saint Mark Street.

An employee of Mun Cheese Pizza & Grill on Washington Street told 8News the owner of the restaurant was the delivery driver who was robbed and shot.

The 16-year-old boy and delivery driver were both injured in the shootout, though it’s unclear exactly how the incident unfolded. One was found on the 600 block of St. Mark Street and the other was found on the 600 block of Virginia Avenue. It’s unclear who was found at which location.

A woman who lives in the area where the shootout occurred said she heard ‘a whole bunch of shots.’

“I’m kind of used to the gunshots,” she said. “It’s always somebody doing something around here.”

That woman said her mother got shot a year ago while standing on her front porch, and the gunfire that rang out Wednesday night was a harsh reminder.

“My momma was hollering and crying,” she recalled.

“It’s just bad around here,” she added. “Who’s gonna shoot tonight?”

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Read the article here: WRIC

Man identified in fatal shooting on Morgan Avenue: police

Police identified the victim of a fatal shooting on Monday afternoon, in which a Poughkeepsie man claimed he pulled the trigger out of self defense.

On Monday around 12 p.m. a 24-year-old a man called police to report he shot a man out of self defense and requested EMS to the scene on Morgan Ave, according to the City of Poughkeepsie Police Department.

The man he shot was Mark I. Johnson, a 21-year-old Poughkeepsie man. He suffered multiple gunshot wounds, was pronounced dead at a local hospital around 1 p.m.. According to police, a handgun was recovered under his body.

The 24-year-old shooter waited at the scene for police to arrive. Police say he claimed self defense and requested an attorney. The handgun used in the incident was unloaded, placed on the front seat of his vehicle, and turned over to police upon arrival. Police said the shooter owns a Dutchess County pistol permit.

The shooter was brought to police headquarters where police say he invoked his right to remain silent. Two witnesses came to police headquarters and gave statements as to what they saw and heard, said police.

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The article may be viewed here: Poughkeepsie Journal

One DRT and three inconvenienced today, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. The young man in the last article is doing a great job of protecting himself after the shoot, exactly as discussed yesterday.

Sometimes a person has to exercise personal judgement and take the chance of being mistaken, or stop calling himself or herself free. —POUL ANDERSON

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5th/77th FA

Maybe the 3 inconvenienced shoulda had a larger dose of medicinal lead. Next time consult with Dr. Browning.

Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

“Take two and call me in the morning……if you can”

RGR 4-78

Mark I. Johnson

Hopefully, the Mark 2 model will be smart enough to not be doing stupid s#!t.