Wednesday morning feel good stories

| October 18, 2017 | 15 Comments

From Hesperia, California;

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s officials say deputies responded late Monday following reports of an attempted burglary in progress.

When they arrived at the home in Hesperia they found an 18-year-old suspect suffering from gunshot wounds.

The homeowner tells investigators the suspect tried to force his way into the house while the residents slept. After calling 911 the homeowner fired several shots, wounding the suspect.

The homeowner was treated at the scene for minor injuries.

From Clearwater, Florida;

It was just after 8 p.m. when Louise Ornduff and her son Kalaeb arranged to meet with two men who were supposedly interested in buying her Nissan Rogue. But, police say, Lasupta Singletary and Jernalen Coleman were armed when they arrived at the parking lot of the Bank of America near Belcher and Belleair.

The pair demanded the keys to the Hyundai Veloster that Kalaeb Ornduff had been driving. As they left the lot in the Veloster, police say Louise Ornduff fired one shot, hitting Singletary.

Coleman drove the SUV to Mease Countryside Hospital, where Singletary, 18, was pronounced dead.

Coleman, 17, was charged with second-degree felony murder and armed robbery. Both suspects have several prior arrests, according to police.

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  1. Docduracoat says:

    Its clearly justice done when a car thief is shot and killed
    However Florida law is clear
    You cannot shoot a fleeing criminal
    You cannot shoot in defense of property
    I hope that surveillance video shows the carjackers pointing a gun out the window at the car owner
    Otherwise she will be facing charges

    • OldManchu says:

      Maybe they thought they were in Texas.

    • Mr. Pete says:

      If the police are charging Coleman with 2D felony murder it’s not likely that they will charge Louise.

    • Graybeard says:

      The article says the police are looking at the timeline trying to determine whether or not she was justified.

      I’m so glad I live in Texas.

    • Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

      @ Doc. Was going to mention what you said but came across your post on the way down to post mine. I’m down in West Delray Beach; east coast and it’s the same thing with gun owners who do not read the letter of the law. I constantly go through Jon Gutmacher’s Florida fire arms law, use and ownership. Up to volume 7 from vol. 5&6. Up in NYC when I worked for Brink’s, it was the same as you posted. We had to learn the NYS penal code in regards to when we could use physical VS deadly force, escalation of force, etc. The company even had training fliks made with different shoot no shoot situations one would encounter in the streets.

  2. Frankie Cee says:

    Driving the SUV that you have just stolen to the hospital with your dead buddy, shows that punk-assed thugs aren’t known for their smarts.

  3. Claw says:

    A crack of dawn, morning sun in your eyes, preemptive strike of providing the TAH Name Scrabble (Home Version) scores:

    Lasupta Singletary (DOT) 23×3 = 69

    Jernalen Coleman = 26

    You’re Welcome.

  4. FuzeVT says:

    I’d say the real crime here is the names Lasupta and Jernalen. Really? Because. . . ?

    Seriously though, looking at their pictures, I thought they looked very young. I don’t mean to say that in pansy ass liberal “so sad he was shot” way – when you make crime your business, bad things have a way of catching up to you inevitably. What I thought was that it was a waste that they spent their lives (short life in the case of Singletary) down that road.

    Perhaps if their forbearers had seen fit to not support the constant and unmitigated failure of the party of slavery and Jim Crow generation after generation, their cities and neighborhoods would not be a wasteland of opportunity and they could do something productive with their lives.

    But who am I kidding, it’s Trump’s fault, right?

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