08 April 2016, College Park, Fulton County, Georgia
A paranoid gun-fetishist living in a converted garage apartment in Fulton County, Georgia opened fire on three men, killing Columbus, GA resident Marquis Jackson (not pictured) and sending his two friends fleeing for their lives and into hiding. The tenant claims it was a home invasion.
WSB-TV2 Action News Team reporter Audrey Washington made an attempt to find someone who wo...
Early this morning, alleged murderer Rafael McCloud was gunned down by a pair of wannabe vigilante homeowners. Mr. McCloud was trying to flee from the badge-wearing killers who were hunting him and asked a Vicksburg homeowner to shelter him until the government-hired thugs moved the search elsewhere.
When the southerners refused (probably because Rafael was a black male and anyone who owns...
Nothing makes even the most law-abiding of sphincters pucker quite so much as that authoritative knock at the door followed by, “This is the police! Open Up!” or whatever they say in your jurisdiction.
Criminals who have figured this out have decided to use social engineering in conjunction with costumes to make their entry processes easier. Why bother with lock picks or violence when you can...
30 December 2015, Fort Ord Military Housing, California
Two men, one a veteran, attacked a little boy today; beating him before finally shooting him with a pistol. He is listed in critical condition at Natividad Medical Center.
Of course, there’s a whole lot more to this story. According to Presidio of Monterey Police, the “child” was 18 and was engaging in some youthful hijinks and breaking into the home around noon. Perhaps...
Tramel Day and a friend knocked on the door of a St. Louis County home this morning. Minutes later, little Tramel was dead; killed for what is seen by some as a trivial reason to take the life of a child.
His shooter, 32, tells police that he saw Tramel and his friend at the front door of his home and, not recognizing the child or his friend, went to get his firearm.
Craig County Assistant District Attorney Erin Oquin was described as “sick” when she shot Bryan Starkey around noon today.
Ms. Oquin was home on sick leave when Mr. Starkey decided that her house, located well off the beaten path, would make a good target for…something; maybe a burglary, maybe a home invasion if he knew she was home.
As is the case in most states where violent crime is treated...
An unnamed Good Guy With A Gun is unharmed and will not face charges after an intoxicated Bad Guy attempted to force his way into the man’s home.
Details are sketchy, but police are saying that Donald Dade approached our anonymous good guy while he stood outside the home. Feeling something amiss, the homeowner turned to go into his home but Mr. Dade decided to force his way in behind him.