Wednesday morning feel good stories

| August 23, 2017 | 9 Comments

From Waxahachie, Texas;

According to the Ellis County and District Attorney’s Office, [Trenton Eugene] Sinyard rang the doorbell of the victim’s home at approximately 1 p.m. on June 2, 2015.

“As was her custom, the victim did not answer the door when she was home alone. After twice ringing the front doorbell, Sinyard made his way into the backyard to the patio door of the home where he began pounding on the door and jiggling the door handle,” an ECDA release states. “After hearing the doorbell and seeing a silhouette move to the rear of her home, the victim called the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office and armed herself with a pistol.“

Fewer than two minutes after the victim notified authorities, Sinyard forced the door open with his shoulder and entered the domicile where he was promptly shot at seven times by the homeowner. The release notes one bullet grazed the back of his head and a second lodged in his upper back.

After fleeing the scene, an ECSO K-9 unit located Sinyard inside of the neighboring house where he had been staying with relatives while on parole for a prior burglary conviction.

It happened over two years ago, but Mr Sinyard was sentenced to 99 years the other day. I don’t think time served will help him much.

From Chicago, Illinois;

A teenager was shot to death by an off-duty Chicago Fire Department lieutenant who said the boy tried to steal his car.

Police say the un-named fire official left his car running on Chicago’s West Side early Monday and allegedly observed the 17-year-old getting into the vehicle. The 45-year-old lieutenant told investigators he fired at the teen in an attempt to stop the suspect from running him over.

From Johnson City, Tennessee;

A homeowner in Johnson City exchanged gunfire with a suspected robber, leaving both men wounded, police reported.

The incident took place at a home in the 2200 block of Signal Drive late Sunday evening. It was after midnight when officers arrived and found the homeowner on the floor with a gunshot wound to the torso, the report said.

Investigators determined that an attempted robbery had taken place and the victim, identified in the report as Kenneth Minasian, 22, had shot at the intruder. The suspect later came to a city hospital and was treated for a gunshot wound to the forearm.

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  1. Wilted Willy says:

    Sinyard? What’s the scrabble score on that one? At least we have 3 for 3 hits! When will these fools learn that we are armed and will use them when these thugs try to relieve us of our goods or property? Too bad we didn’t get 3 DRT’s! More range time people, more range time!

  2. Frankie Cee says:

    A lady, home alone, doesn’t answer her doorbell, but moves to “alert status”. When she sees the bad guy move to the back of the house, she armed herself. When he entered, she shot at him, multiple times. That is how it is done. He felt that his prior burglaries would make him a pro. Instead this effort made him a prisoner for 99 years. Good job, Ma’am.

  3. Yef says:

    Of those 99 years, how many will he realistically do before the SJWs get him out?

  4. Y’all should go to the “DAILY TIMEWASTER” web site.

    They have a video of a protester in Phoenix who got a direct hit smack in the family jewels by a pepper ball fired by the police.

    The URL is:

    http://dailytimewaster.blogspot.com/

  5. Carlton G. Long says:

    Another Chicago “teen” …

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