Sunday Feel Good Stories

wrong houseIn Clare County, Michigan, an intruder forced his way into a home. Telling the residents that he had just killed a police officer down the road, the crook ran through the house looking for other people to bother. Finally, in one room, he encountered an armed resident who shot him. The police, responding to the call by the homeowner, took him to the hospital.

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As many as six people forced their way into a home in Phoenix, Arizona. They assaulted the 60-year-old resident when relatives of the woman in the home next door opened fire on the crooks. One of the criminals was DOT (dead over there) at the hospital. Police are looking for the others who escaped in two cars.

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In Myrtle Point, Oregon, 33-year-old Kenneth Edwards III broke into a home. The 15-year-old who was there alone busted loose with a scattergun on his ass. Edwards is in the hospital getting his leg wound treated.

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In Salem, Oregon, Anthony Tony Brown, 20, and a 17-year-old were burglarizing a home when they were confronted by the homeowner who shot Brown who was DRT (dead right there). His unnamed accomplice was arrested.

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A clerk in a gun shop in Raleigh, North Carolina, noticed a couple of fellows headed for his front door wearing masks. The clerk and a customer tried to lock the doors before they could enter, but they forced their way inside. The clerk fired a gun at them and they scurried off. Police are unsure if either was hit by gun fire.

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Two teens, 17 and 13 years old, in Birmingham, Alabama, tried to burglarize a home. When the homeowner, a pregnant woman, awoke from the noise, she shot at them with her handgun, striking the older teen. She called the police and they took the injured youth to the hospital. It appears that the injured teen is paralyzed. The younger teen left the scene when gunfire became part of the story, but his mother brought him to the police station.

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In Memphis, Tennessee two men tried to carjack a truckload of folks. Unfortunately for them the intended victims were Shelby County deputies on a stakeout. They shot one of the thieves who showed up at the hospital later.

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A clerk with a concealed weapon license in Cheviot, Ohio shot a criminal in his brain housing group. It took a few days, but the criminal, Anton Kirby, finally gave up the ghost yesterday and turned into a DOT (dead over there).

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A thief in Detroit, Michigan thought a lone pedestrian would be an easy mark. He pulled up alongside waving a rifle and yelling about a stick up. Unfortunately for the crook, his target was an off-duty police officer who gave up ten bullets to the thief. The thief un-assed the area and showed up at the hospital later.

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A truck owner in Albuquerque, New Mexico, caught a man and a woman trying to steal his F-150. He confronted the woman, Shantelle Vierra, who was in the driver’s seat. She threatened him with a machete. When the police arrived, she tried to run over the officer, but then beat her feet on the pavement and she was found nearby.

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A burglar, caught in the act of burgling, struggled with a New York City police officer, during which the officer fired one shot “striking the man in the groin”. He got away for a minute, but he was captured by police.

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Washington County, Alabamawhere Cleveland Jones Gully, 31, has been burglarizing homes for a while there. Nathanial Johnson, 68, decided to put an end to Gully’s thievery. Johnson parked his car at a neighbor’s house and made it appear as if he was away from his home. When Gully knocked on the front door, Johnson didn’t answer, so Gully went to the back door and broke the lock. Johnson tackled him and hogtied his hands behind his back and duct-taped him to a tree. Johnson went to call the police, but when he came back, Gully was DRT (dead right there). We won’t know why until the autopsy is complete. Just a guess here, but I’m thinking that Johnson duct taped his breathing orifices and Gully didn’t have gills. Johnson is on 72 hours hold in the local jail.

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In Maynardville, Kentucky, Justin Lee Kiser, 23 and James Dilbert Teague, 39 forced their way into a home where a struggle ensued with the resident. The fight ended when the homeowner shot Teague and Kiser lit out. Teague was DRT when the police arrived, and they just arrested Kiser.

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In Garner, North Carolina, police arrived on the scene of an armed robbery to find one of the suspect already shot for them. Apparently, he got into an altercation when they tried to rob two workers outside of the restaurant, during which time a gun was discharged and the crook was shot. His accomplice left him behind and the injured fellow is expected to survive after surgery.

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Lastly, from our fellow (MIA) blogger Saltwater:

Former mutant, 27-year-old Frank Taylor, tried to rob 23-year-old Carol Miracle as she left neighborhood Circle K. His error, she was packing. The kicker is that Taylor had the drop on her, and stupidly demanded she hand over her gun. Miracle obliged, but only partially. Given the chance to reach for her weapon, she drew it as ordered, but only let him have the first chambered round. I guess you can fix stupid.  Story: http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/184000612-story
Her 9-1-1 call: http://www.azfamily.com/clip/12637409/911-call-released-for-self-defense-shooting

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Have a great Sunday.  Stay frosty.  Shitheads are everywhere and they are multiplying.

~ Hardnox

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