Sunday Feel Good Stories

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In Snellville, Georgia, a man and his wife were awakened by the sounds of someone breaking into their home. The man secured his weapon and found a man climbing in through the second-floor window in his bathroom. He shot at the intruder and called the police, unsure if he hit the crook. When they arrived, the criminal was DRT (dead right there) with a single round to his facial housing group.

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A homeowner in Union County, Tennessee, got into an altercation with two masked men in his home. When the police arrived, one of the criminals was DRT. The other criminal fled the scene.

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A homeowner in Durham, North Carolina saw someone pull in his driveway with their car, honking the horn and flashing the lights of the vehicle. When he went to check on the situation, a woman he didn’t know said she needed to use his phone because she was being abused by a family member. At about that time, an armed man came around the corner. The two men fired at each other simultaneously. The homeowner was uninjured, but the other guy was arrested at the hospital on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.

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In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a man was shooting pool in his garage when someone banged on his door. Because of the time of night, the resident took his gun to answer the door. As soon as he opened the door, the fellow on the other side began firing at him. He returned fire striking the criminal once who was arrested at the the hospital later.

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A homeowner in Buffalo, Missouri, encountered an intruder in his home. According to the police, “There were actions that were taken that would’ve made [the homeowner] feel definitely threatened…The homeowner was confronted by an individual and a shooting ensued.” So, by the time the police arrived at the rural location, the intruder was DRT (dead right there).

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In Detroit, Michigan where two men tried to carjack a licensed gun owner. One of the thieves was perforated twice and he was found by police at the hospital later.

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When an armed masked man stuck up the Lamplighter Lounge in Metairie, Louisiana, a patron slipped out to his truck and retrieved his own firearm. Thw thief left the business and noticed the man standing by his truck and aimed his gun at the patron. The man fired at the crook and ran after him. The thief turned and pointed his gun at him again. The man fired thrice more, missing each time. The crook was scooped up by police at the bus station.

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33-year-old Tara-Alexis Ford was cleared by a Multnomah County, Oregon Grand Jury for the time last month that she shot 59-year-old David Daniel McCrary when he broke into her apartment last month. He was DRT when the police arrived, and she’s free.

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It looks like a home invasion endly badly for two crooks in Rangeley, Maine where police found two men injured and one DRT, all from gun shot wounds. One injured man was a resident, the other injured man and the DRT weren’t residents of the home. Police say the home was specifically target by the criminals.

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In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, an intruder forced his way into a home waving a fake gun. Unfortunately for him, the homeowner didn’t have any fake guns, so he shot the thief with a real gun instead. The criminal was DRT (dead right there).

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An elderly homeowner in San Antonio, Texas, shot one round center mass at an intruder. The police found the criminal DRT (dead right there).

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In Las Vegas, Nevada, an intruder was shot in the arm by a homeowner. The criminal went home and called 9-1-1 for himself.

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Last week in Hartford, Connecticut, Derick Sarra, 20 and Joel Matias, 23, pleaded guilty to their invasion of the home of local grocer Juan Martinez. They came up behind Martinez as he arrived home and forced him into the house. Martinez then pulled out his own gun and shot the pair. Matias’ guilty plea was from the wheelchair he still occupies as a result of the encounter. According to the article, Martinez shot Matias’ dick off.

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A homeowner, James Stewart, in Owsley County, Kentucky opened his front door when a woman knocked. Behind her was a man with a gun. Stewart, who had been robbed before and always takes a gun to his door these days, fired four times at the crook and the bad guy was DRT (dead right there). Stewart also winged the woman who ran for the getaway car. The police caught up to her and the driver at the hospital.

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In Dayton, Ohio, Allen Ray Haywood, 29, escaped from one burglary, just barely, when a homeowner fired a warning shot and Haywood jumped a fence to get away. I guess he was feeling lucky because he broke into another house nearby. That homeowner held him at the point of a shotgun until police hauled him off to the hoosegow.

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Larry J. Graves, 64, in Burlington, North Carolina, forced his way into a home and assaulted the resident. The homeowner placed one round center mass and Graves was DRT (dead right there) when the police arrived.

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A few weeks ago, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Charles Russell, a customer at a convenience store, shot Anthony Edmonds who threw a rack of cigarettes at Russell and appeared to reach for a gun in his waistband (it turned out he was reaching for a meat cleaver). Edmonds was DRT (dead right there).

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Old folks were feisty this week. The other day in Hillsboro, Missouri, a 77-year-old woman confronted two burglars in her house with a scattergun. The criminals made the smart move – out through her window before she brought the weapon to bear. One of them left so quickly that he left his cellphone behind which led the police to him.

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Stay frosty out there folks.  Have a great and safe Sunday.

~ Hardnox

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2 Responses to Sunday Feel Good Stories

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  2. upaces88 says:

    Thank you! I had a break-in several years ago,

    My daughter was coming home from North Texas State University for the weekend.
    She wanted me to bake her favorite cookies. Lord! I was out of sugar. I rushed across the street and borrowed a cup of sugar. I made the cookies and I went to bed.

    I know this may sound strange. I swear it is true. I was fast asleep. “A VOICE from the corner of my bedroom yelled, “ELAINE! WAKE UP!!”

    I opened my eyes, and there was a figure standing over me with something in his hand. As he swung the object down to hit me in the head, my foot flew up and blocked the hit to my head. (The object in his hand was my own hammer I had left outside. I was building a iittle fence for my dog to play in. He broke the little bones in my foot, but I lived!

    I called the police; and told them what happened. Their exact words (Texas Cops).
    EVEN IF he is running out te door, “SHOOT HIM” then drag the body back into the house. “Nothing will be said.”

    . .