Wednesday morning feel good stories

| June 13, 2018 | 21 Comments

From Wilmington, Delaware;

Police in Delaware are investigating a shooting that left a burglary suspect with life-threatening injuries.

New Castle County Police say officers were dispatched to a residence at about 11:30 p.m. Monday for a report of a burglary in progress.

Officials say police learned that a 20-year-old man had unlawfully entered the residence while a family was inside.

Authorities say the homeowner confronted the suspect, who was then shot.

The suspect was being treated for life-threatening injuries at a local hospital. The homeowner was not injured.

An update to yesterday’s story from Salt Lake City, Utah;

Friendly fire caused a man to be shot in the head.

According to charging documents, Julius Navanick was one of the three suspects who barged into a home and began spraying bullets.

It happened Thursday near 500 North Redwood Road. Their target was shot once in the arm and survived.

The trio is now facing multiple felony charges ranging from aggravated burglary, firing a weapon to causing bodily harm.

Daniel Gonzalez and Richard Arriola have also been charged by the Salt Lake district attorney.

In charging documents, Gonzalez told police: “He did not mean to shoot his friend Navanick (who) walked in front of the gun while he was shooting into the house.”

Navanick remained hospitalized after being shot in the head. Gonzalez and Arriola are currently in the Salt Lake County Jail.

The homeowner, who didn’t want to be identified, said Cesar Hernandez was very lucky.

“He hid in the place that was more accessible to him, I guess at the moment by our fridge,” said the homeowner. He didn’t come out until the shooting stopped.”

The homeowner said Hernandez is an acquaintance. He was shot once in the arm and is out of the hospital.

From Madison, Tennessee;

Metro Police responded to a reported shooting at a Burger King on Gallatin Pike North in Madison just before 11: 30 p.m. on Monday.

According to police, the incident began as a robbery attempt when three suspects entered the restaurant. At least one of the suspects had part of their face covered.

Both an employee and a suspect were shot. The employee is in critical condition at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The suspect that was shot died on the scene.

From McComb, Mississippi;

It was reported that [21-year-old Saveyon Raheam] Harvey forced a female clerk inside the store at gun point after he came in contact with her at the front door.

Once inside Harvey pointed a small caliber handgun at the store clerk behind the register and demanded money while waving the gun around at both employees of Service Station.

Harvey and the store clerk begin exchanging gun fire where Harvey ran out the front doors towards W. Presley Blvd. and Witterman St., where a witness saw Harvey stop in the roadway then fall into the westbound lane of West Presley Blvd.

Officers arrived moments later to find Harvey dead in the roadway.

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  1. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    Two for three DRT. Not bad odds.

    And the world is a more peaceful place……

  2. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    Friendly fire………isn’t.

  3. 5JC says:

    Pretty ballsy of the BK manager to take on three armed gunmen without a weapon. I hope he pulls through.

    It is a happy circumstance that the gangster shot his team mate. This is for the best, rather than put the victim through the indignity of having to shoot his attacker. I wish they could all end like that.

  4. 3/10/MED/b says:

    I can’t recall; Which of you gentlemen will do the Scrabble point score for “Saveyon Raheam”?

  5. Ex-PH2 says:

    Oh! The female store clerk got the kill shot. Good for her.

  6. David says:

    Wait a minute… isn’t that now Pancake King?

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