Tuesday morning feel good stories

| September 12, 2017 | 5 Comments

From Las Vegas, Nevada;

On Sept. 10, Las Vegas police arrived at a 7-Eleven on 4510 Vegas Valley, near Lamb Boulevard, after reports of and incident between employees and customers. According to reports, 3 people went into the 7-Eleven earlier that night and got into argument with several employees. They left briefly but came back shortly before midnight, at which time another fight broke out.

That is when police say the clerk shot one of those people in the chest twice. That man, described only as a white man in his 20s, died at the hospital.

The other two people with the man were arrested for warrants and taking part in the confrontation.

From Shreveport, Louisiana;

A homeowner shot at a pair of burglary suspects who were running from police in a southwest Shreveport neighborhood just before noon Monday.

The man missed — and the suspects kept running — but police rounded them up just before 1 p.m. on Burson Street off Mansfield Road.

From Harrisburg, Pennsylvania;

Police say Servando Santos, 23, of the 600 block of West Market Street, was shot after he forcibly entered a home in the 2000 block of Fairway Lane on Sunday, Sept. 10.

Santos had assaulted a woman about 6 a.m. Sunday on that block, police said. He then walked over to another residence on that block and forced himself in through the front door with a baseball bat, police said.

The homeowner told Santos he was armed, but Santos continued to go into the residence, and police say several shots were fired, one of which hit Santos in the abdomen.

Even though he was shot, Santos continued into the home, and police say a brief struggle happened. Family members inside the home were able to subdue Santos until he was taken into custody.

Santos was given immediate medical attention and was taken to PinnacleHealth Community General Osteopathic Hospital, where he died from his injury, police said.

From Evans City, Pennsylvania; a homeowner with a holstered weapon had an intruder on the ground waiting for police to arrive when the article was written.

Category: Feel Good Stories

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  1. Rock says:

    Why is a homeowner that takes a shot at burglars that didn’t even burglarize his home and then miss a feel good story?

    I mean, if he put two in the chest of one of the bastards, that would make it a field good story.

    JMO Jonn…

  2. Carlton G. Long says:

    Servando Santos must have been “dreaming” when he thought he was above the law.

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