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| February 20, 2020

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APD: Couple shoots 3, kills 2 after attempted home invasion

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Police say people living in a northeast Austin apartment shot three people breaking into their home, killing two of them. A man and woman died Tuesday night in the attempted home invasion.

The third person who was shot, a man, was treated for non life-threatening injuries.

Police say the shooting took place inside a unit at the Creekside on Parmer Lane apartment complex at 10:30 p.m. Police say people inside the unit fired the shots but did not say who they were, how many people fired a gun, or how many shots were fired.

“They were running around everywhere, ambulances and everything,” said Witness Tyler Watts. “With their assault riffles running, they were huge.”

Police had the majority of the complex blocked off with crime scene tape.

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Employee shoots man trying to climb into drive-thru window, Fort Worth police say
The man was taken to the hospital in serious condition, according to officials.

FORT WORTH, Texas — An employee shot a man who tried to force his way in through a drive-thru window early Wednesday, Fort Worth police said.

The J&K Food Store’s drive-thru was the only part of the store open around 2:15 a.m. when a man tried to climb inside, police said.

An employee called 911 and, fearing for his safety, shot the man in his side, according to police.

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Married off-duty cops stop armed robbery during date night
Detective Chase McKeown and Officer Nicole McKeown were enjoying a weekly date night when they noticed something was wrong and sprung into action.

By Caroline Radnofsky and Suzanne Ciechalski
Two married off-duty police officers have been praised for thwarting an armed robbery during a date at a fast food restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky.

Detective Chase McKeown and Officer Nicole McKeown of Elizabethtown Police Department were enjoying a weekly date night on Feb. 15 at a branch of Raising Cane’s restaurant when they noticed something was wrong and sprung into action.

A man wearing a surgical mask and black hooded sweater pulled low over his face can be seen in surveillance video released by Louisville Metro Police Department entering the popular fried chicken restaurant and appearing to threaten staff with a gun while pointing repeatedly at the cash register.

“That’s where that repetitiveness and that training kicks in,” Nicole McKeown told NBC’s Louisville affiliate WAVE.

The McKeowns can then be seen standing up at the same time from their back booth and brandishing their weapons while running through the restaurant towards the suspect.

The suspect, whom police identified to WAVE as Justin Carter, is seen in the video running out of the restaurant, with the couple in pursuit. Carter made his first appearance in court related to the case on Monday.

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  1. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    That third story was shown on the TV news last night. It warmed the cockles of my flabby black heart to watch such good news.
    Kudos to the newly married couple, and long may they continue to thwart bad guys.

    • 5th/77th FA says:

      Yeah Tox, saw that clip my own self. Did you have any other flabby thing that got warmed up too when you got a close look at the blushing bride? Whatcha wanna bet they can eat free chicken there anytime they want to?

      We grinning at the winning. Deal us another hand as good as that one.

      Careful clicking on the gun pr0n pic. Takes you to a plethora of scary black rifles. You may drool on the screen.

  2. akpual says:

    Bad guy in the last story wasted a surgical mask they could use in China. Bastard