Sunday Feel Good Stories

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In the Oak Cliff area of Dallas, Texas, police answered a burglary call and found the suspect with a gunshot wounded in his leg outside the scene. The resident admits that he shot the criminal.


A few weeks ago, we talked about a convenience store robbery in Cheviot, Ohio where the clerk, Jeremy Donohue, shot and killed the thief, 18-year-old Anton Kirby. The prosecutor announced the other day that Donohue, who had a legal concealed carry permit, was justified.


In Plant City, Florida, Gary Lynn Durham stopped his truck on the highway in front of Robert Padgett’s car. Durham then got out of his vehicle and approached Padgett. Padgett warned Durham and then pulled out his own gun and shot Durham – when police arrived on the scene, Padgett was performing CPR on Durham who was eventually DOT (dead over there) at the hospital. It turns out that Durham had just completed an 11-year stretch in prison for a road rage incident during which he had beat a man to death.


Dominic Neal went to visit his ex-girlfriend at her Hamilton Township, New Jerseyhome where she lived with her new boyfriend. The ex-girlfriend had a restraining order against Neal, who forced his way into the home – the new boyfriend, an off-duty corrections officer fired his own weapon three or four times as Neal made a gesture like he was drawing a gun. Neal was DOT (dead over there) at the hospital. The restraining order is in fine condition, I hear.


A homeowner in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, encountered two men in his home after they broke his window to enter the home. He ordered them out at gunpoint and they complied. Police are still looking for the thieves.


A man in Houston, Texas, tried to break into a home until the homeowner fired three shots through his door which seemed to discourage him. The police say no one was injured in the exchange.


Three men forced their way into a home in Virginia Beach, Virginia. During the robbery, one criminal shot one of his partners, he was DRT (dead right there).


In Henderson, Nevada, a homeowner’s alarm system sounded. He encountered a criminal in his back yard and fired a shot at him, grazing his forehead. The crook fled the scene, but he was picked up later by police. Two words. Center. Mass.


In Spring, Texas, two off-duty police officers were at Whataburger with their families when two armed, masked men rushed into the restaurant. One of the thieves jumped over the counter and attacked an employee. One of the officers opened fire and hit one of the targets 10-12 times. Both thieves ran outside, but one didn’t make it too far before he collapsed. He’s at the hospital now in critical condition. His friend is still on the run.


A thief at a Family Dollar in Linneville, Ohio, was interrupted in that endeavor when the fellow he tried to rob turned out to have a concealed weapon license and shot the crook in the head. Police say both of the men fired, but only the licensed citizen hit his target. There’s no word yet on the criminal’s condition.


In Honea Path, South Carolina, a 15-year-old was watching a home while the residents were at a funeral when the teen saw someone scoping out the house. When he confronted the man, the crook seemed to reach for a gun in his waistband and the teen shot him in the leg. The man fled the scene leaving a trail of blood which police dogs followed until it ended where the crook escaped the scene in his car. So police are still looking for him to get his side of the story.


In LaVista, Nebraska a couple were house-sitting for friends when they heard someone kick in the front door. The 19-year-old male house-sitter met the thieves at the door and fired, hitting 26-year-old Darrick Minner, an ex-boyfriend of the actual homeowner. He’s in surgery with non-life-threatening injuries. The house sitters are uninjured.


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.


Stay frosty friends.  The bad guys are everywhere.

~ Hardnox

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6 Responses to Sunday Feel Good Stories

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  2. Uriel says:

    No kidding Hardnox.. It seems like we are getting anesthetized with all the things going on. I blame it on government chemicals and propoganda.

  3. Popular Front says:

    That Gary Lynn Durham guy sounded like a real bright spark. Just finished a 10+ stretch for murder and goes and does the same thing but this time the victim-to-be decides to ventilate his chest instead. I love a happy ending don’t you?

  4. captbogus2 says:

    I enjoy the shit out of these stories. They’re kinda like geriatric bedtime fairy tales.

  5. Terry says:

    These are better than the Sunday comics !!
    Nox, you’ve been so generous sharing these, let me give one back :

  6. upaces88 says:

    “…A thief at a Family Dollar in Linneville, Ohio”

    LOL….”Only the licensed one hit the target?!!!”

    Great cops filled out the paperwork.