Tuesday FGS

| March 31, 2020

Not expecting trouble. Just dislike surprises.

Juvenile shot during Arlington business break-in

By: Matt Small
An employee at an Arlington, Virginia, business faces multiple charges after he shot a juvenile who, along with two others, broke into the store early Sunday, Arlington County police said.

Police said they were called for a report of trouble in the 2400 block of Shirlington Road in Arlington’s Green Valley neighborhood, 4:53 a.m. Sunday.

Police did not identify the business.

Three suspects, all juveniles, were stealing cash and merchandise, according to police.

An employee, who was inside a secure backroom of the business at the time, got a gun and opened fired on the suspects, striking one, police said. The juvenile sustained serious, but not life-threatening wounds

The other two suspects ran off before police arrived, according to police.

Police identified the employee as Hamzeh Abushariah, 33, of D.C.

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Read the rest of this travesty here: WTOP

Man arrested after gun incident

An intoxicated 25-year-old Summerland Key man armed with a revolver was arrested early Sunday morning after attacking two women during a fight over his access to his car keys.

Andres Raymond Vega was charged with domestic battery, aggravated battery and battery on a person 65-years-old or older.

Multiple Deputies and Detectives responded to a residence on the 24000 block of Caribbean Drive West on Summerland Key at approximately 12:30 a.m. regarding fight in progress with shots fired.

No life threatening injuries were reported.

They searched the house and did not initially find the suspect. They did find a 73-year-old female and a 43-year-old female with a bruised and swollen eye. Both females stated they would not give the suspect, later identified as Vega, his vehicle keys due to his intoxication. They stated Vega then choked the elder female and punched the younger female in the eye before he retrieved a revolver. The women stated that Vega placed the gun in his mouth and stated that he was going to kill himself if they didn’t give him the keys.

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Read the rest here: Florida Keys Sheriff Blog

Update- Shooting in Newton County deemed self-defense

By Jeff Lehr
STARK CITY, Mo. — A 36-year-old man was being treated for gunshot wounds after he allegedly attacked another man with a machete Thursday at a residence near Stark City, and the victim grabbed a rifle and shot him in self-defense.

Newton County Sheriff Chris Jennings said deputies responded to a report of a domestic disturbance on Norway Road and found Cody S. Bowman, 36, there with gunshot wounds, and Joseph Ward, 23, with an injury from having been struck in the head with a machete.

Bowman was taken to a Joplin hospital for treatment of his wounds. Assault charges were filed on him Friday, and the sheriff indicated he would be transported to the Newton County Jail once he is released from the hospital. Bowman is charged with first-degree assault, first-degree burglary and two counts of armed criminal action.

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Read the rest: Joplin Globe

Virginia has really gone down the tubes, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. to think it was in the running for a retirement casa. No more.

“What it means to take rights seriously is that one will honor them even when there is significant social cost in doing so.” —SANFORD LEVINSON

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  1. Roh-Dog says:

    Virginia ain’t Virginia no mo’, TJ must be quite angry up there.
    AK…ew. I thought this place had class!

  2. MI Ranger says:

    The Stark City one is a repeat from yesterday.
    The Virginia case makes me wonder: Was the Business Employee under a protective order not to shoot at people looting his business or to stay away from a kid that was looting his business? I am guessing he failed to warn them before he shot, and they were running away when he fired.

  3. UpNorth says:

    4:53am? That doesn’t seem like normal business hours for most places. The article says the yutes “broke into the store early Sunday” and were “stealing cash and merchandise”. So, the employee lit them up. And he gets charged with “malicious wounding, reckless handling of a firearm and violation of a protective order”?
    Seems like he hit what he was aiming at, hardly reckless handling. He was shooting a burglar, nothing malicious about that.
    And he violated a protective order? The Commonwealth of Virginia issues protective orders for teen-aged burglars now?

    • Anonymous says:

      VA’s gone commie– be helpless or else, citizen!

    • Jesse says:

      The protective order he violated was being in possession of a firearm, as his right to do so had been revoked. Whether it was for good reason or not, is yet to be known. Remember, we lawfully abiding gun owners do not want a free for all, or to be as one dimensional as our opposition.

  4. Combat Historian says:

    What an ugly little mutant. If you have to own an AKM, at least get one with the classical wooden furniture and/or traditional down folding stock…

    Arlington has always been Virginia’s version of San Francisco, except less human excrement (hopefully)…

  5. 5th/77th FA says:

    Yep, the thugs are now enabled by the tyrants that rule the Old Dominion. How dare that store owner try to protect his goods, and his self, from the good boys who were just trying to get enough money for new choir robes. How else are they to pay for them?

    Wonder if that was his Mama and Grandmother that the drunk dirt bag beat up?

    Mr. Bowman should also be charged with FIRST degree stupidity.

    Hope everything is good around the house and family Bro. You’re late, but we will not ask you to give an accounting of yourself. We understand how they’re circumstances that can affect their situations over there.

    • AW1Ed says:

      Yeah, it’s called ‘work.’ Some grumpy campers here today, good thing I spent some time putting a little something together to lighten up.