Sunday Feel Good Stories

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A homeowner in San Antonio, Texas heard someone screwing around in his storage shed so he went to investigate and he found three guys stealing his stuff. When the thieves confronted him, the homeowner feared for his safety and went to his safe space behind some gunfire. The three fled the scene but turned up at the hospital where one of them is in critical condition.

In Lamar County, Texas, two intruders entered a home and they were confronted by the homeowner who took their handgun away from them and shot one who was found in the roadway by police when they arrived – DOT (dead over there). His partner was found nearby.

Kelly Brown was burglarized on Monday in Robinson, Texas. They got away with some of his tack and saddles from his horse barn. The criminals came back Wednesday night for his safe, but he was ready for them. He parked his truck to block their vehicle in and he pulled his firearm. He says he didn’t shoot because it was dark and he was afraid he’d hit one of his horses. But he did interrupt their thievery and police lured one of the thieves from beneath Brown’s home.

A thief in Port Richey, Florida is recovering in the hospital after he was injured by a homeowner’s gun fire the other night.

A marijuana grow house was the target of a home invasion in Adams County, Colorado, but the homeowner put an end to the crime with a bullet and one of the suspect was DRT (dead right there). I thought legalizing marijuana was going to reduce crime.

In Mountlake Terrace, Washington an intruder was shot by a homeowner as he tried to enter the home. He was armed with a knitting needle. Police found the thief laying in the street and they had to resuscitate the fellow before taking him to the hospital.

Paul sends us a link from Graham, Washington where police responded to a call about a 36-year-old son was trying to break into his mother’s home. When police arrived, they tried to tazer him, but when he recovered he charged at them with a chainsaw. An unknown number of officers fired at him and he was DRT (dead right there).

A burglar was shot in Tampa, Florida when a woman was alerted by her alarm system of his entry and a family member arrived on the scene before the police. The criminal is being treated for his serious injuries. According to The Patch, the family member was her father who saw something in the criminal’s hands that made him fear for his life and that he fired in self-defense.

In Richland County, South Carolina at some place called The Obama Store, an armed thief demanded money from the clerk who had his own gun. The clerk used the gun to dissuade the thief who ran out of the store firing a few ineffective shots to cover his escape.

Wilmer McClellan forced his way into a Glasgow, Pennsylvania home. He had told the homeowner that he needed to report an accident near the home, but when the resident passed him a cell phone, McClellan forced his way into the home threatening to kill the homeowner. The resident drew his holstered weapon and fired in self-defense. McClellan was DRT (dead right there).

In Jacksonville, Florida, Jacob Sanders, 19 was shot in a gun fight with Wayne Rowbottom, 26 when Sanders tried to steal Rowbottom’s car. Investigators also found pot in the automobile, so Rowbottom is in custody, too.

Robert Peak tracked his ex-girlfriend from Louisiana to Macon, Georgia in hopes of winning her back with an exchange of gunfire. That exchange happened when Peak approached Julia Brooks and her new beau, Brian Kim, while Peak was brandishing a firearm. Brooks likes a certain kind of man, apparently, because Kim was also armed – a gun fight broke out and when the smoke cleared, Peak was DRT (dead right there).

In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, another ex-boyfriend broke into an ex’ home. He was also laid low by the armed new boyfriend after he broke into the home twice. Police arrived to find him DRT (dead right there).

I don’t know when or where this happened, but here’s 47 seconds of justice:

Meanwhile, in Paoli, Oklahoma, a 34-year-old mother is under arrest for shooting a 31-year-old man she found in her 16-year-old daughter’s bedroom. He has non-life-threatening injuries. This will be an interesting one to follow.

Jamal Randolf forced his way into a home in Sioux City, Iowa. He assaulted one of the residents there. Another resident stabbed Randolf who was taken to the hospital with a non-life-threatening wound.

In Tampa, Florida, two home invasion suspects, Leanys Rodriquez, 27, and Carlos Anthony Rodriguez, 28, were injured by gunfire from a resident during the commission of their crime and they’re being treated for their non-life-threatening injuries.

Kevyn T. Rideout, 25 invaded a home in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania with his sawed-off shotgun. He got into an altercation with the resident, during which time, the shot gun discharged – neither were injured. Rideout ran out the backdoor where a neighbor was waiting with a golf club. You can see the results in the mugshot at the link.

Stay frosty friends.

~ Hardnox

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4 Responses to Sunday Feel Good Stories

  1. upaces88 says:

    LOL…do they ever learn!!

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  3. Uriel says:

    The really horrible part is that none of the victims might have survived had they not taken action. Yet foolish libs who have never experienced such are trying to tell us that they know best and we shouldn’t protect ourselves. Idiots! These incidents are happening more and more frequently Because of their enabling bad behavior.

  4. I.R. Wayright says:

    What kind of (k)nitwit invades a home with a knitting needle?