Sunday Feel Good Stories

In Knoxville, Tennessee,  police officers were called to the home off McKamey Road early Friday morning, where they found a woman lying on the ground outside the backdoor, suffering from at least one gunshot wound.  The woman, who was identified as Stacie Mundy, 38, of Knoxville, was pronounced DOT at UT Medical Center.  According to a press release from KPD, Mundy was forcing her way into the home when the homeowner shot her “in defense of his life.”

In St Louis, Missouri,  when police officers arrived at the scene, they found the body of 20-year-old Jarrett Richardson inside the apartment.  Investigators learned Richardson and another man entered the apartment and attempted to rob its three occupants: two 21-year-old women and a 24-year-old man.  Jackson said one of the women obtained her own firearm and started shooting at the suspects, striking Richardson and killing him.  Richardson was pronounced DRT.

In New Orleans, Louisiana, a robber entered a T-Mobile store demanded money and told customers to go into a back room where the safe was located. One customer responded with his own firearm and ventilated the robber as he was reaching into the safe.  The robber was pronounced DRT by police.

In Arlington, Texas, police officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 3700 block of French Wood Drive at about 3 a.m.  Officers found a 17-year-old man with a gunshot wound lying in the street near the residence. He was transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced DOT.  Detectives are investigating this incident as a vehicle burglary that was interrupted by the homeowner. A second suspect fled the scene prior to officer’s arrival.

DRT in Kewanee, Iowa,  according to a news release, a homeowner called police to report a man kicking in his door.  The home invader managed to break down the door and the homeowner shot him in self-defense. The thug was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital where he was pronounced DOT.

In Houston, Texas, a robber walked into the store and demanded money before punching the clerk in the face. The clerk then pulled out his gun and fired three shots at the man.  The would-be robber was transported to a hospital.  Police haven’t confirmed how many times the suspect was hit. The suspect has undergone surgery at the hospital.

In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on February 14th, 19-year-old Terione Dominique Williams forced his way into a home and was made DRT by the resident. It seems that Terione was an experienced criminal until the resident unceremoniously ended his career.

In DeKalb County, Georgia, a convenience store robber began shooting immediately upon jumping over the counter.  The clerk responded with his own weapon and bagged the would-be robber with bullets of his own.  The robber was pronounced DRT by police.

In St Louis County, Missouri, A man took matters into his own hands to protect his neighbor after he became the victim of an attempted armed robbery.  Court documents state 24-year-old Tre’von Johnson approached the victim outside of his home, pulled out a handgun, pointed it at the victim and demanded the victim’s money. A neighbor noticed Johnson’s actions, pulled out his own handgun and shot Johnson multiple times. Johnson got into his vehicle and fled the scene.  Police were alerted when Johnson arrived at the hospital to receive treatment for gunshot wounds. According to investigators, Johnson was wearing the same clothes as the suspect in the shooting and Johnson’s vehicle had bullet holes matching the neighbor’s gun. Unfortunately, Johnson is expected to survive and has been charged with attempted first degree robbery and is being held on a $50,000 bond.

Stay frosty friends,

~ Hardnox

 

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14 Responses to Sunday Feel Good Stories

  1. Terry says:

    Well YEE-HAW !!!

  2. Uriel says:

    One would think by now in states where gun laws allow, that they would refrain from their nefarious ways. Stupid is as stupid does.

  3. Jules Smith says:

    Is it wrong of me to think that suspects shouldn’t undergo surgery when shot?….

  4. clyde says:

    Damn. All happy endings except the last one. His day is coming.

  5. Adrienne says:

    Another great day for the good guys!

  6. Popular Front says:

    Gotta love that first story – an equal opportunity shooting!
    On a socio-demographic aspect however, note some of the names in this thread; Tre’von, Terione and so on. Not too many Harrys Larrys or Barrys if you know what I mean. It is just something I’ve noticed, an underlying current since I’ve been reading these stories.