Friday FGS

| January 3, 2020


Transgender Woman Found Dead After DC Shootout With Guards, Police Say
Private security were called to a vacant building in Southeast D.C. for a possible intruder

By Jackie Bensen
Police now say the person who was found dead inside a vacant building nearly 24 hours after exchanging gunfire with security guards was a transgender woman.

The incident began when private security guards were called to a building in the 4200 block of Barnaby Road SE for a possible intruder about 9:45 p.m. Sunday.

As they checked each of the vacant apartments, they found an armed suspect, police said. The suspect and one guard fired their weapons at each other before the suspect took off, police said.

Police responded and searched the building with a K9 but couldn’t find the person.

Guards believed the person had left, but on Monday, officers were called back to the building, where a transgender woman was found dead with trauma to the body, Police Chief Peter Newsham said Tuesday. Police initially said the suspect was a man.

Newsham said police believe the woman is the same person who traded gunfire with the guards.

Police found a handgun at the scene.

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And then it got weird. Read the rest here: NBC Washington

Guilford County man shoots person trying to break into his home, deputies say
Deputies say the homeowner shot the suspect in self-defense.

Author: Megan Allman
GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Guilford County Sheriff’s Deputies say a homeowner shot someone trying to break into his home in the middle of the night.

It happened at a home on Brightwood Church Road in Gibsonville. Deputies say they got a call around 6:20 a.m. Thursday about a discharged firearm.

When they got there, they found a person with a gunshot wound down the road, not far from the home. Investigators say the suspect was taken to Moses Cone Hospital with unspecified injuries.

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The rest of the article may be found here: WFMY News 2

Suspected Robber Trying To Steal Cell Phone Shot By Victim

Police Wednesday were investigating an early morning incident during which one man allegedly attempted to rob another of his cell phone, and was hospitalized after being shot by the attempted robbery victim.

It happened about 6:30 a.m. at 3100 45th Street in the Swan Canyon neighborhood of City Heights, San Diego Police Department Officer Dino Delimitros said.
“An argument between two men turned violent when one of the men attempted to rob the other of his cell phone,” said Delimitros. “The robbery victim produced a handgun and shot the other man once in the upper body.”

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The entire article may be viewed here: My News LA

One dead tranny, two inconvenienced, and a shooter in the wind, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. Quite a mixed bag for the day.

Is life so dear or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death! — Patrick Henry

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  1. 26Limabeans says:

    “Police responded and searched the building with a K9 but couldn’t find the person”

    Could not detect a corpse or powder residue?
    That’s some dog.

  2. 5th/77th FA says:

    “Looks like your tranny sprung a leak and lost some fluid.” “Stick shift or automatic?” “Not sure, looks like a conversion kit was put in.”

    Decent score for the FIRST Friday of the year. Real nice wheel gun hand cannon you gots there Mister. Would you sell it?

    • A Proud Infidel®™ says:

      Next we’ll hear that the phrase “Tranny Fluid” has been replaced by moonbat demand to “Gender-Neutral Shifting Fluid”, Remember the Good Old Days when you heard the phrase “Blowing a Tranny” simply meant someone was having serious car trouble?

      • OWB says:

        Yeah, well. Still not sure if I’m supposed to react differently because this is a transgender. So what? He/she/it is dead. Probably murdered. Or not. Presence or lack of genitalia is irrelevant.

        In response to the sex trade activist wondering why the gunshot victim was not found during the first building search – maybe because he/she/it was not there then? YOU said this location is known to be used for the sex trade. Maybe he/she/it left and came back later. Or not.

    • thebesig says:

      This is the fixed version of one of the articles.

      By Jackie Bensen

      Police now say the person who was found dead inside a vacant building nearly 24 hours after exchanging gunfire with security guards was a man who identified as a woman.

      The incident began when private security guards were called to a building in the 4200 block of Barnaby Road SE for a possible intruder about 9:45 p.m. Sunday.

      As they checked each of the vacant apartments, they found an armed suspect, police said. The suspect and one guard fired their weapons at each other before the suspect took off, police said.

      Police responded and searched the building with a K9 but couldn’t find the person.

      Guards believed the person had left, but on Monday, officers were called back to the building, where a man, who identified as a woman, was found dead with trauma to the body, Police Chief Peter Newsham said Tuesday. Police initially said the suspect was a man who did not identify as a woman.

      Newsham said police believe the man, who identified as a woman, is the same person who traded gunfire with the guards.

      Police found a handgun at the scene.

  3. thebesig says:

    When they got there, they found a person with a gunshot wound down the road, not far from the home. Investigators say the suspect was taken to Moses Cone Hospital with unspecified injuries.

    He just lost his “I’m afraid of injections” card. If he tries to complain about receiving his immunization, they could just simply tell him that it would not be as bad as that gunshot wound.

  4. What model is that S&W above wheel gun.??? I see what looks like a rear target sight and a bit of red on the front sight.