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| January 12, 2020

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The Dallas Police Department is investigating the shooting death of an alleged armed robber that occurred late last night in west Dallas.

Officials say a homeowner was hosting a social gathering in the front yard of a house when three suspects robbed the party at gunpoint. One of the individuals at the party, who police say is a licensed handgun carrier, produced his weapon and shot one of the robbers.

One robber was shot and two others fled the scene. The injured robber was transported to the hospital and pronounced deceased.

The handgun carrier provided a statement to police regarding the incident, and was released. The case will be referred to a Dallas County grand jury.

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Read the rest here: DFW Scanner

Deputies: Man shoots, kills intruder during Bradenton home invasion
Investigators say the intruder went into the man’s house, fired the gun next to his head, and began to pistol whip him.

BRADENTON, Fla. — A sleeping man woke up to find a stranger pointing a pistol at his head, deputies say.

It happened just after 11 a.m. Friday on 27th Street West in Bradenton.

Investigators say the intruder went into the man’s house, fired the gun next to his head, and began to pistol whip him.

The man fought back.

During a scuffle, deputies say the intruder dropped the pistol — allowing the homeowner to grab it and shoot him.

The homeowner then ran next door for help.

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The rest of the article may be viewed here: WTSP

Killeen homeowner shoots, kills burglar who was breaking into his home
Killeen police said the man forced his way into a home on Corinne Dr. where he was confronted by the homeowner with a gun.

Author: Jim Hice
KILLEEN, Texas — A homeowner shot and killed a man who tried to break into his house Friday morning, according to Killeen police.

Police spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez said James Centron Taylor Mitchell, 18, forced his way into the home on Corinne Dr. a little before 10 a.m.

The homeowner fired multiple gunshots at the man who then ran away.

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The rest may be read here: KCEN TV

A Sunday Trifecta for WW, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. While it’s nice to borrow your assailant’s weapon, it better to have one of your own. JMHO.

The power of the state is measured by the power that men surrender to it. — Felix Morley


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  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    Wonderful news of a WW Trifecta FIRST thing this am. We survived our storms down here, unlike the dirtbags who didn’t survive their storms of lead. Good riddance to more trash. We did have us a regular frog strangler off and on for a good while. And the wind had the old farmhouse just a’rocking on occasion. The lightning lit up the sky like Mick’s eyes while watching a certain movie on Naval Aviators and the thunder boomed like his cheers for the hero of said motion picture.

    Thank you so much for the eye pleasing aphrodisiac depicting the works of the Saintly John Moses Browning (Howitzer be his name). It is a most welcome change from the saltpeter effect inducing downright fugly gun pr0n we have been force fed of late. May even help cause an involuntary vascular reaction; similar to the one caused by the Ginger Headed Ms Thang. I’d be the Pancho to that Lefty.

    • Graybeard says:

      Glad you came through OK, 5th/77th FA.

      That was a fast-moving front when it passed our AO.

    • Wilted Willy says:

      Oh Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition!
      Sorry I missed this yesterday, wasn’t feeling to well yesterday. Keep up the good work of taking out the trash! You see folks, range time does help out!!

  2. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    The only problem I have with the first story is that it’s Texas. I expected at least half the party attendees to be armed, and to take out ALL the intruder trash.

    • David says:

      Dallas… sigh.

      We must have been in the sweet spot – a few hours of higher-than-normal wind,maybe 2 inches of rain, otherwise no issues. Have to say, one thing about NE Texas that has surprised me… the wind. Maybe it’s being at the south end of Tornado Alley, but the constant wind here reminds me of living in El Paso during Windy Season. Today is a break – dead calm and 30 degrees, with a white frost and heavy fog. Right purty.