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You have to love this.  Jewelry store owner gets rid of 5 armed thugs in her store with her little pistol (perhaps it was even a revolver!)  I love how they all slam into one another when they're trying to leave.  It's like a cartoon.  Priceless!!!!


Posted by ShaunKranish on Monday, February 11, 2013 @ 22:17:16 CST (11297 reads)

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Click Here for original Sun Times article

‘Drug and gang activity’ suspected in fatal Lake Shore Drive shooting

The shooting death of a woman in a van on Lake Shore Drive early Friday is likely connected to “drug and gang activity,” investigators said.

The woman was found slumped in the driver’s seat of her vehicle — “riddled with bullets” — after she was shot early Friday morning on Lake Shore Drive near the Stevenson Expy. early Friday.

Someone inside a full-sized “brown van” fired shots at the woman’s white van while it was on Lake Shore Drive, Illinois State Police Capt. Luis Gutierrez told reporters.The exact circumstances of what led the shooter to fire off “10 to 14 rounds” remained unclear Friday, and investigators had no one in custody, but Gutierrez said it was likely gang-related.

Police found the woman, believed to be in her 30s, after responding to a call of a car crash. The dead woman was inside her van in the southbound lanes of Lake Shore Drive near I-55, police said.

The woman was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, Illinois State Police said.

Another female passenger in the van was not injured, police said. The passenger was in police custody for questioning early Friday.

Gutierrez said the victim, shortly before the shooting, had driven from the North Side.

As a result of the fatal shooting, authorities closed off southbound lanes on the Lake Shore Drive ramp leading to I-55 about 4:20 a.m., state police said.

“Expect traffic delays,” state police said in a statement. “It is unknown when the ramp will reopen.”

Posted by ShaunKranish on Friday, February 01, 2013 @ 09:25:19 CST (10665 reads)

Crime ReportChadSpark writes:  

Link to Orignial Article:

January 10, 2011
Anti-Second Amendment Extremists Exploit Tucson Shootings
Posted by Van Helsing at January 10, 2011 9:05 AM
Sadly, anti-Second Amendment crusaders didn't wait for the bodies to cool before cashing in on the tragedy in Tucson.
One of the fiercest gun-control advocates in Congress, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.), pounced on the shooting massacre in Tucson Sunday, promising to introduce legislation as soon as Monday targeting the high-capacity ammunition the gunman used. …
Many said that people with a history of mental instability, like the alleged shooter, Jared Lee Loughner, should not be able to buy a gun — and no one should be able to buy stockpiles of ammunition used by the 22-year-old assailant.
This is called passing from the acceptable to the dubious. Keeping guns away from violent lunatics is a great idea, so long as it can be done without trampling on the rights of the rest of us. Preventing normal Americans from storing ammunition is pure and simple tyranny. Only with the public whipped up in a highly emotional state would extremists stand the slightest chance of pushing through such an outrage, which is why McCarthy is acting so fast.
Regrettably she isn't the only opportunist:
Another vocal supporter for gun control, Illinois Rep. Mike Quigley, told POLITICO that he hopes "something good" can come from the Arizona tragedy — perhaps discussion on a new assault weapon ban, sales at gun shows and tracing measures.
As always, the New York Times is providing propaganda support for statist authoritarians. An excruciatingly moronic editorial by Gail Collins begins like this:
In 2009, Gabrielle Giffords was holding a "Congress on Your Corner" meeting at a Safeway supermarket in her district when a protester, who was waving a sign that said "Don't Tread on Me," waved a little too strenuously. The pistol he was carrying under his armpit fell out of his holster.
"It bounced. That concerned me," Rudy Ruiz, the father of one of Giffords's college interns at the time, told me then. He had been at the event and had gotten a larger vision than he had anticipated of what a career in politics entailed. "I just thought, 'What would happen if it had gone off? Could my daughter have gotten hurt?' "
This is like fretting that a truck might accidentally start driving by itself and run someone over. You can drop a Glock all day; it won't go off until you pull the trigger. But all a NY Slimes columnist knows about firearms is that lawful citizens shouldn't have them. The unsubtle attempt to associate Loughner with the Tea Party despite any evidence or likelihood of a connection is contemptible, but to be expected from the erstwhile "Paper of Record."
Collins goes on to accuse the NRA of being motivated by capitalism. What more can you expect of this sad Marxist remnant of a newspaper?


Posted by ShaunKranish on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 @ 10:22:41 CST (9940 reads)

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Chicago Slum-Times Story Here

June 22, 2010


A bloody weekend of gun violence spilled into Monday, leaving 10 dead and nearly 60 men, women and children wounded all around the city.

Investigators tied some of the shootings in the Gresham and Englewood neighborhoods to stepped-up in-fighting among Gangster Disciple gang members.

And some of the violence on the West Side was attributed to retaliation over the slayings of three men found shot dead early Saturday in the 2300 block of South Springfield.

But the remainder of the shootings followed no pattern and were not being tied together, leaving emergency rooms busy, investigators with scores of open cases -- and national newcasts focusing on Chicago violence.

The youngest victim was a 1-year-old girl who suffered a graze wound to her neck when shots rang out at a barbecue about 12:15 a.m. Monday on the Near West Side.

The 10 dead included a man dressed in women's clothing found dead on a sidewalk in the 7500 block of South Halsted Street, two naked men found dead near railroad tracks in the 900 block of South Holland and the three men found in and around a car on South Springfield.

Here is a rundown of the shootings, based on reports from police and the Cook County medical examiner's office:

1) 3:05 p.m. Monday: A man, 20, walking in the 6400 block of South Kimbark was shot twice from a passing car.

2) 2:40 p.m. Monday: An 18-year-old man who punched a man on a CTA bus was shot in the leg by the same man after they both got off the bus in the 6800 block of South Halsted.

3) 2:40 p.m. Monday: An 18-year-old man was shot in the thigh in the 7700 block of South Kingston Avenue.

4) 2:30 p.m. Monday: A 42-year-old man was shot while walking in the 5900 block of South Loomis Street.

5) 8:50 a.m. Monday: Two unidentified men between 16 and 20 years old were found shot dead and naked along railroad tracks in the 9000 block of South Holland.

6) 6:39 a.m. Monday: A gunman shot a man he knew in the 11300 block of South Ada Street.

7) 3 a.m. Monday: A 29-year-old man dressed as a woman was found dead by a passing motorist in the 7500 block of South Halsted.

8) 2:20 a.m. Monday: A 27-year-old man was shot in the abdomen in the 7800 block of South Constance.

9) 2:02 a.m. Monday: Darryl Dunn, 44, of West 80th Street, was shot and killed in the 7200 block of South Marshfield.

10) 1:52 a.m. Monday: Larry Johnson, 25, of Lansing, died after being shot in the abdomen in the 6400 block of South Ingleside.

11) 12:50 a.m. Monday: A gunman burst into a party in the 6400 block of North Damen, shooting one man in the arm. Another jumped out a window.

12) 12:30 a.m. Monday: A 28-year-old woman riding in a car was shot in the right side and arm in the 6000 block of South Honore Street.

13) 12:11 a.m. Monday: A 1-year-old girl and four men were shot at a barbecue in the 1300 block of West Hastings Street. The girl suffered a graze wound to the neck.

14) 11:05 a.m. Sunday: A man talking to friends was shot in the 6200 block of South Maplewood.

15) 10:28 p.m. Sunday: Two 18-year-old men were shot in the 2900 block of West 64th Street -- one in the back, one in the leg.

16) 10 p.m. Sunday: A man was shot in the leg in the 600 block of South Central.

17) 9:47 p.m. Sunday: A man visiting his child at his ex-girlfriend's home in the 200 block of North Lamon was shot in the leg by the woman's new boyfriend.

18) 8:15 p.m. Sunday: A fight broke out in the street in the 1200 block of East 78th Street and a 16-year-old girl was shot in the back.

19) 6:20 p.m. Sunday: A man was shot in the right foot in the 7400 block of South Euclid.

20) 5 p.m. Sunday: A man, 31, waiting for a CTA bus in the 5100 block of South Halsted was shot in the buttocks.

21) 3 p.m. Sunday: A quarrel over a stolen car led to the shooting of a 19-year-old in the 300 block of West 106th.

22) 1 a.m. Sunday: A man was shot in the foot in the 1600 block of North Sawyer.

23) 11:10 p.m. Saturday: Three men arguing about a woman with a group of people were shot in the 3300 block of West Huron. Durwin Hackman, 20, was killed.

24) 10:15 p.m. Saturday: A 26-year-old man, a 19-year-old woman and a 15-year-old boy were shot in a parking lot in the 6200 block of Lake Shore Drive.

25) 10 p.m. Saturday: A woman in her 20s was wounded in a drive-by at Van Buren and Central.

26) 9:10 p.m. Saturday: A girl, 15, caught in the crossfire was shot in the hand in the 3400 block of West Evergreen.

27) 6:10 p.m. Saturday: Two people were shot -- one in the leg, one in the side -- in a gang-related shooting in 2700 block of West Division.

28) 6:12 p.m. Saturday: Two men, included one in his 20s, were shot in the 1100 block of North Washtenaw.

29) 6:04 p.m. Saturday: Five people were shot in the 2200 block of South Kolin Avenue.

30) 3:10 p.m. Saturday: An 18-year-old man walking in the 2300 block of South Kostner was shot in the back by someone in passing car.

31) 9:09 a.m. Saturday: A 19-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy standing in the 11500 block of South La Salle were shot -- the man in the arm, the boy in the leg.

32) 3 a.m. Saturday: Three men were shot and killed in the 2300 block of South Springfield. Relatives Waseen Smith, 25, and Barry Smith, 45, and Leon Smith, 28, all died from multiple gunshot wounds.

33) 12:17 a.m. Saturday: A boy, 16, sitting on a porch in the 6900 block of South Justine was shot in the knee in a drive-by.

34) 10:30 p.m. Friday: A 27-year-old walking in an alley behind the 8800 block of South Loomis was shot.

35) 9:15 p.m. Friday: Pierre York, 19, of the 8600 block of South Wood, died Sunday after being shot in the temple Friday night in the 1800 block of West 8th Street.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 @ 14:46:21 CDT (10735 reads)

Crime ReportChadSpark writes:  

A 15-year-old boy was shot dead after a bullet went though an apartment window early Sunday on the South Side.

The boy -- identified by the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office as Kevin Jones -- was at a party in a first floor apartment in the 7800 block of South Carpenter Street when he was shot about 2:15 p.m., police News Affairs Officer Robert Perez said.

Jones was pronounced dead at 2:56 a.m. at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.

Prior to the shooting, there was an altercation at the party that moved outside, Perez said. One of three men involved in the altercation began shooting into the party and one of the bullets went through the window and struck the teen, police said.

Police said the boy was shot in the back. An autopsy is scheduled for later Sunday.

Calumet Area detectives are investigating, but nobody is in custody.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 @ 02:22:56 CDT (13144 reads)

Crime ReportAnonymous writes:  


A Cape Girardeau mother with a gun is being credited with stopping the attempted rape of her daughter.

The Southeast Missourian reports that 51-year-old Craig Kizer faces a variety of charges, including attempted rape, armed criminal action and burglary. He has no known address and did not have an attorney.

Police say Kizer had been working on the family's home as part of a renovation project, but was not staying there. The teen was in bed around 5:30 a.m. Sunday when Kizer came into her room with a knife and climbed on top of her.

When he set the knife down on the bed, the teen grabbed it and screamed.

The girl's mother came into the room with a gun, pointed it at the suspect and ordered him out of the house. Police later arrested him.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 @ 02:21:02 CDT (19665 reads)

Crime Report6010rocks writes:  

Link to Sun Times article here

May 11, 2010
BY FRANK MAIN Crime Reporter

More than 20 weapons have been stolen from a gun range operated by south suburban Harvey’s police department — and the State Police and federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are assisting in the efforts to recover them, officials said today.

Harvey authorities have told federal and state investigators that 21 firearms were stolen at about 9 a.m. Monday from a trailer at the range, said Tom Ahern, a spokesman for ATF.

An assault rifle like this MP5 -- and 20 other guns -- was stolen from a Harvey Police gun range, sources said.

Sandra Alvarado, spokesman for Harvey, said the city also will ask the Cook County Sheriff’s office for assistance. A message was sent to departments across the Chicago area alerting them about the burglary, she said.

The weapons included MP5 and AR-15 assault rifles, sources said, adding that some weapons were left behind.

The range is located at 153rd and Campbell — about half a mile from the Harvey Police Department’s headquarters at 15301 Dixie Highway.

The Harvey Police Department has come under scrutiny in recent years for its handling of murder investigations and for corruption convictions involving its officers.

A 2007 raid on the department by the Cook County state’s attorney’s office and other agencies uncovered untested evidence. It was processed, leading to murder and rape charges.

Last year, Officer Archie Stallworth was sentenced to 12 years in prison on a federal drug conviction. Also last year, Detective Hollis Dorrough was sentenced in Cook County Criminal Court to three years in prison for returning a gun to a gang member’s family.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 @ 03:39:28 CDT (2830 reads)

Crime Reportmoose379 writes:  

Urbana police looking into fatal shooting during home invasion

By Mary Schenk
Created 04/22/2010 - 10:55am

URBANA - Urbana police are investigating the fatal shooting of a Champaign man who broke into an apartment in that city early Thursday.

Police Lt. Bryant Seraphin said Jerry J. Jackson, 21, of the 1200 block of West Kirby Avenue, died at Carle Foundation Hospital after being shot inside an apartment in the 2400 block of Prairie Green Drive in Urbana about 12:20 a.m.

Seraphin said Mr. Jackson was one of two men armed with guns who forced their way into the apartment, which was occupied by a 19-year-old Urbana man and his 18-year-old girlfriend from Champaign.

The male tenant began struggling with the intruders and the woman was able to get away, Seraphin said. The tenant got control over the weapon and fired several shots, striking Mr. Jackson, who collapsed there. The second intruder, who was not immediately identified, ran from the home. 

Seraphin said the male tenant was treated and released from Carle for his injuries.

Police remained at the apartment early Thursday collecting evidence.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Saturday, May 01, 2010 @ 16:42:28 CDT (2712 reads)

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The map here shows each place (871 since '08) in Chicago where someone was shot.  You can see the victims names and everything.  What type of firearm do you think the majority of these murders were committed with?  According to data, PISTOLS.  Yes, the dreaded handguns.  According to Daley, because of his ban, there shouldn't be any handguns in his city.  But they're used every day to murder people!

And they think they need to call in the national guard...or the latest idea is to try to sue gun manufacturers in WORLD court.  Well, why stop at the gun manufacturers?  Why not extend the lawsuits to the steel manufacturers, the foundries, the companies that make injection molds for polymer framed pistols, why not sue the individual employees who create it.  Let's not forget the ammunition manufacturers.  The lead recyclers?

Daley and his RAGER (Radical Anti-Gun Extremist) friends who own guns themselves, carry guns themselves, have armed body guards protecting themselves and their families...these elitists who think they're nobility will always blame guns.  But what about blaming knives?  If we look to England, after banning guns (subsequently followed by double the rate of crimes involving guns) this is exactly what they've done.  Then do we blame rocks, baseball bats, like the one used on the backs of the heads of those two women, any sharp or blunt object?  Do we then blame hands?

It's over.  Gun control is a failed social experiment.  We're not letting it continue in America. The other countries can ban guns as much as they want, and make the penalties as great as they want.  In America we will make sure we protect our own right to keep and bear arms and make sure that the government also protects that right.  No more of the same old tired message of blaming guns when clearly gun bans like the one in Chicago and in DC and in England and Australia DO NOT WORK!!!

Posted by ShaunKranish on Friday, April 30, 2010 @ 02:54:23 CDT (3147 reads)

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Link to news story here

The Irish foreign-exchange student was thrilled that she landed an internship that would enable her to extend her stay in Chicago, her friends say.

The University of Illinois at Chicago graduate student, 23, had just received the news Thursday and couldn't contain her excitement over avoiding hassles with her visa status.

"We were sitting in the computer lab and she was so excited because she was able to stay in the city," said Celine Vaaler, a friend and classmate.

As the exchange student and her 24-year-old friend were returning to the friend's Bucktown neighborhood home early Friday after a night out celebrating, they were attacked from behind and struck on the back of their heads by a robber wielding a baseball bat, police said.

The attacker escaped with their purses, but one woman was able to give police a description of him before she fell unconscious, police spokesman Robert Perez said. There could have been a second attacker, police said.

A police alert described the suspect as an African-American man 27 to 34 years of age, between 5-feet-7 and 5-feet-9, with a medium complexion. He was wearing a tan or light-colored hooded sweatshirt.

The student was listed in critical condition at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center on Friday, while her friend, a financial adviser, was listed in serious condition at the same hospital, a spokeswoman said.

The 3:30 a.m. attack shocked the exchange student's co-workers at Butch McGuire's Irish Pub on the Gold Coast. Owner Bobby McGuire said he was dumbstruck at the brutality used on the petite woman adored by employees and customers.

"I don't understand why someone felt the need to use a baseball bat on this little girl who (is) 5 feet tall," he said.

Classmate Jim O'Connell, who raced to the hospital, was shocked and angry.

"The fact that she's so far away from her family is awful," he said. "She's an amazing person."

Residents who live near the scene of the attack -- populated with half-million-dollar homes and trendy bars -- were also taken aback by its ferocity. The beating took place in the 1800 block of North Damen Avenue next to the Churchill play lot, which has a popular dog park.

"He could have just taken their purses and run," resident Laurie Stadt said. "He didn't have to beat them."

Investigators said this was the first such bat attack in the area and wasn't part of a pattern.

Firefighters used a ladder Friday to enter one victim's second-floor apartment from outside, so her uncle could retrieve her small black dog.

"He's sick," the uncle said of the attacker.

Tribune reporter Carlos Sadovi contributed to this report.

--Duaa Eldeib and William Lee

Click HERE for a WGN-TV report on this story.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Monday, April 26, 2010 @ 13:27:30 CDT (2683 reads)

Crime ReportChadSpark writes:  

Link to Article

Police arrested eight people in connection with an alleged heroin ring that operated near a school in the Austin neighborhood.

Undercover narcotics officers made 12 drug buys near Cicero Avenue and Walton Street, all within 1,000 feet of a school, according to a police news release.

Authorities issued warrants for 12 people allegedly involved in the ring, and subsequently arrested eight of those, including a 16-year-old. One of the suspects was arrested while committing a burglary, and another while gambling illegally, according to the release.

Police also conducted a search in the 900 block of North Waller in connection with the arrests, and recovered a small amount of heroin, two handguns and a shotgun, the release read.

Those arrested were:

- George Compton, 18, of Maywood. Charges: Delivery of a controlled substance, gambling - Gregory Brown, 37, of the 4500 block of South Lavergne. Charges: Delivery of a controlled substance, burglary - James Lostion, 30, of the 4800 block of West Rice. Charge: Drug conspiracy - Deron Collins, 18, of the 1100 block of North Keeler. Charge: Delivery of a controlled substance - Jamarl Williams, 18, of the 900 block of North Leclaire. Charge: Warrant for dangerous drugs - Jamion Winters, 18, of the 900 block of North Lamon. Charge: Warrant for delivery of a controlled substance - Pledge Diming, 47, of the 900 block of North Leclaire. Charge: Warrant for delivery of a controlled substance - Juvenile, 16. Charge: Possession of a controlled substance

Posted by ShaunKranish on Monday, April 26, 2010 @ 11:44:47 CDT (2506 reads)

Crime ReportMikeMoore writes:  

Original Story Here <--go here and see the video!!!!

CHICAGO - As Police Superintendent Jody Weis addressed the media on a string of overnight shootings, a man was critically shot and wounded just blocks away.

The Chicago Fire Department describes the victim as a man between 20 and 25 years old.

He was transported from the scene near the 6900 block of South Paulina Street to Advocate Christ Medical Center in critical condition.

Shootings across the city over the last 24 hours have left more than two dozen wounded and two dead.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Sunday, April 11, 2010 @ 17:41:04 CDT (2414 reads)

Crime ReportMikeMoore writes:  

Original Story Here

CHICAGO - Two dozen shootings since Thursday morning have left 22 people wounded and two dead, according to a city official. After a reported 9 people were shot in a 24-hour span Wednesday, it brings a total of 33 people shooting victims, four of whom died of their injuries.

An overnight shooting at Millenium Park wounded a woman in her 20's. Chicago police said she and a friend were sitting on a bench at 205 E. Wacker Drive arround 1:30 a.m. when two men approached. Police said she was shot and struck in the arm when she stood up to protest. The woman was driven to Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park by a friend where she was treated and released. Police do not know why she went to Melrose Park for treatment.

On the South Side, two men were killed in separate incidents. In Englewood, a man in his 30's was shot in the shoulder around 11:15 p.m. Thursday at 64th and Paulina. The 30-year old man suffered a gunshot wound to the shoulder and was transported to Mount Sinai Hospital where he was pronounced dead around 2 a.m. Chicago police said they discovered the victim after arriving at the scene. No one is in custody.

In the second recorded homicide, a 27-year-old man died after he was shot multiple times on the street near his South Side home early this morning, police said. It happened around 12:15 a.m.

The victim was identified by the Cook County medical examiner's office as Jermaine Streeter, of the 3800 block of South Michigan Avenue. Police said he may have been the target of a drive-by shooting.

Six people were shot near 66th and Marshfield in two separate incidents that began around 1 a.m. In that incident, police had responded to a report of four people shot at that location. After ambulances began leaving with patients, more gunfire broke out injuring two others. Four of the initial shooting victims were listed in critical condition. The two victims wounded while police were still on the scene are listed in stable condition. In that second shooting, a woman suffered a graze wound and a man was shot in the buttocks, according to police.

Another multiple shooting happened at 42nd and Wells Street around 1:30 a.m. Three men were shot but all sustained non-life threatening injuries. One man was shot in the elbow, another in the ankle, and a third in the arm. All are listed in stable condition at Provident Hospital.

Here is a rundown of the shootings compiled from Chicago police department reports:

  • 4100 S. Albany--10 a.m. Thursday
  • 81st and Essex Avenue --3:11 p.m.
  • 95th Street and King Drive --4 p.m.
  • 79th and Dorchester-- 11 p.m.
  • 64th Street and Paulina--11:15 (Homicide)
  • 300 E. 131st Place--11:53 p.m.
  • 3800 S. Michigan--12:15 a.m. Friday (Homicide)
  • 66th St. and Marshfield Avenue-- 1 a.m. (six shot)
  • 123rd Street and Halsted--1:10a (four shot)
  • 116 N. Lockwood--1:25 a.m.
  • Millenium Park--1:30 a.m.
  • 79th and Cornell-- 3 a.m.
  • 42nd and Wells--3:30a (three shot)
  • 51st and Hermitage--u/k time

Posted by ShaunKranish on Sunday, April 11, 2010 @ 17:40:32 CDT (4552 reads)

Crime ReportChadSpark writes:  

Link to Original Article

A Turley, Oklahoma homeowner used his handgun to stop a burglar who was attacking with a sword and a gun.

Police say that a couple, including a man who had a concealed carry permit, returned to their home on the 6000 block of North Owasso, at approximately 10:00pm, to hear an unexpected noise coming from the bedroom. Upon investigating, the homeowner reportedly found a burglar, who was armed with a sword and a handgun, in the master bedroom. The burglar is said to have advanced on the homeowner, despite being warned to stop, at which point the homeowner fired one shot in self defense. Injured, the burglar fell to the ground but then tried to aim a handgun at the homeowner, at which point the homeowner fired again in self defense, fatally wounding the burglar, according to police.  Neither of the home's occupants was harmed.

Those opposed to gun ownership for self defense like to suggest that crime victims will be unable to get their self defense gun in time to stop an armed criminal.  That is simply not the case.  Here, the homeowner was able to draw his lawfully carried gun and fire in self defense, even after twice delaying his self defense efforts so as to give the intruder a chance to surrender.  Also, note that the intruder had the element of surprise, and was armed with both a gun and a sword - yet the armed law abiding citizen prevailed.

Nor is this an isolated example of citizens managing to get their gun and fire in time: This homeowner managed to get his gun from a drawer, despite the fact that a criminal held a knife to him.  This elderly man managed to grab a self defense gun, despite being shocked with a stun gun and beaten by a 24 year old man.  This man managed to draw his concealed carry handgun and shoot an armed robber in self defense, despite the fact that that robber was standing behind him and pointing a shotgun at his back.  This jewelry store owner managed to grab his gun from under a desk, despite the fact that two robbers were in his store, one of whom had a gun pointed at him.  This pawnshop manager managed to shoot an armed in self defense, saving himself and his teenage employee, despite the fact that a gun was being held to that employee’s throat.  I could go on with many more examples, but the point should be clear – armed self defense works.

You never know when you may need it -- keep it on you all the time like this guy did!

Posted by ShaunKranish on Thursday, April 08, 2010 @ 15:32:52 CDT (1930 reads)

Crime ReportChadSpark writes:  

Link to Original Article

OLNEY, Ill. — A Richland County, Ill., Sheriff's Department deputy has been arrested on charges he stole money from a criminal suspect's wallet and also took a 12-gauge shotgun.

Johnnie D. "J.D." Robinson, 31 of Noble, Ill., was arrested Wednesday by Illinois State Police detectives on two felony charges of official misconduct and a misdemeanor charge of theft under $300.

According to a criminal information filed in the case, Robinson is accused of stealing $600 cash out of the wallet of a criminal suspect identified as Edward P. Shaw. The alleged theft happened in June 2008. He also is accused of stealing a Winchester 12-gauge shotgun from an undisclosed location. The gun had a value of less than $300, resulting in the misdemeanor theft charge.

Robinson remains free on $2,500 cash bond pending an April 27 appearance in Richland Circuit Court in Olney, Ill.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Thursday, April 08, 2010 @ 15:31:00 CDT (2006 reads)

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