Tuesday morning feel good stories

| March 13, 2018 | 7 Comments

From Jacksonville, Florida;

Jacksonville Police were called around 11:30pm Sunday to the business on Beach Blvd. just east of Southside Blvd.

Upon arrival, police found two people suffering from gunshot wounds. One died at the scene and the other died while being treated at a local hospital.

According to JSO, three suspects entered the sweepstakes business armed with guns. During the robbery, an armed security guard who is employed by the business shot two of the suspects as they fled out the door.

A third suspect was able to escape in a dark-colored SUV. JSO says it is reviewing video surveillance from Spin City Sweepstakes to provide a full description of the event.

Bad day to be a crook in Jacksonville;

Police said that two people, at least one of them armed with a gun, knocked at the door of a home on Thumper Street, off Jammes Road, about 11:30 a.m. When the resident opened, the door, they pushed their way inside. The resident was able to retrieve his gun and fired at least one shot.

Police said the two robbers jumped out of second-floor windows of the home. One was found with a gunshot wound at the corner of Jammes and Harlow Boulevard. He was placed in custody, then taken to Orange Park Medical Center for treatment. Police are searching the area for the second robber.

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  1. Hondo says:

    Today, we have five total perps. Of those, two perps are DRT/DOT; one perp was on the receiving end of an undesired body piercing under unsanitary field conditions via high-speed lead injection, facing charges if he survives; and the other two perps are on the run, presumably with soiled skivvies, after a failed crime.

    In baseball parlance, that’s a 3 for 3 day at the plate with 2 HRs, a double, and two walks. Not too shabby.

  2. USAF RET says:

    An outstanding day for the good guys!

    Good morning.

  3. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    And the world is a more peaceful place………now.

  4. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    I love the smell of DRTs in the morning. It smells like VICTORY!

  5. Docduracoat says:

    I very much enjoy reading about criminals getting shot by victims
    Notice how the homeowner in the second article was able to “ retrieve his gun.
    In his analysis of 5 years of articles in “The Armed Citizen” section of The NRA journal, Claude Werner found that the defender retrieved his firearm from a place of storage 80% of the time
    Reloading almost never happened
    ( excepting the escaped lion case who needed 13 shots from a .32 revolver)
    Most shootings took place at just out of arms reach
    See the whole fascinating analysis at gunssavelives.net March 12, 2012

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