Wednesday morning feel good stories

| July 11, 2018

From Broken Arrow, Oklahoma;

Police are investigating after a homeowner shot an intruder early Tuesday morning in Broken Arrow.

Police said just after 4 a.m., officers were dispatched to a residential robbery in the 2000 block of West Pittsburg Place.

Police said a suspect had been shot after forcing entry into a home. The suspect was found in a bedroom with a gunshot wound in the leg.

The suspect was taken to the hospital.

Officers also detained three people who were walking from the home when they arrived.

From Cleveland Ohio;

The [78-year-old] man told police he was watching TV in his kitchen with a loud fan on when he noticed a man inside his home, police reports say.

The robber walked through an open front door and ransacked several rooms on the first and second floors. The man stole a handgun hidden in the man’s dining room, according to police reports.

The robber walked into the kitchen and pointed a knife at the man, police reports say. He demanded money from the man, according to police reports.

The man grabbed the robber’s wrist below the knife and fought him off, according to police reports.

The robber broke free and told the man to turnaround as he ran out of the door, police reports say. The robber left with the gun, police reports say.

The man said he didn’t know the robber, but that the robber had stopped by his house the day before and offered to mow his lawn for money, police reports say.

From D’Iberville, Mississippi;

Police officials report four suspects tried to rob the Popp’s Lamey Convenience Store around 6 a.m. The store owner fired shots at the suspects. One suspect was hit. The extent of the suspect’s injuries is not known.

Investigators said the suspects then took off in a car and ended near the Biloxi High School softball fields on Brodie Road. Some ran into the woods behind the field. D’Iberville police caught three of the suspects and Biloxi caught the fourth near Michelle Drive.

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  1. Ex-PH2 says:

    For Pete’s sake, keep your front door locked, even if you leave the inner door open! What’s the matter with that guy?

    I never ever leave the front door unlocked unless I’m out in the yard with the lawnmower or putting out birdfood, and I live in a relatively quiet, safe neighborhood.

    Pay attention, people! You can live on a deserted island and someone will show up to steal your coconuts.

    • Deplorable B Woodman says:

      Leaving the front door unlocked, even open, is SO 1940s and 50s. Too bad we had to lose that part of our culture.

    • David says:

      Gotta remember… almost nowhere in America’s cities and towns is more than 30 minute’s drive from a high-crime area. And they drive, too.

  2. Claw says:

    From Broken Arrow, OK:

    “The suspect was found in a bedroom with a gunshot wound in the leg” “Also found next to the suspect was a ruck-sack containing rabbits, lettuce and condoms”

    You don’t suppose? Nah/smile

    • Deplorable B Woodman says:

      Gunshot wound to the leg…..which leg? Hopefully the middle leg, so he can’t spread his stoopid gene to the next generation.

      • Claw says:

        But it couldn’t have possibly been Bunni-Boi, cause I see from the latest photos on his Book of the Face page that he’s switched his fetish from rabbits to French Bulldogs.

        And Yeah, he’s still posing topless with the dog, flexing that Ranger tat he’s so proud of.

        • Hondo says:

          Does he call his dog “Fefe” too? (smile)

          He needs to quit using animals as props. He also needs to go home and get his [flippin’] shine box.

          • Claw says:

            Yep, I’m willing to bet it’s called Fifi also, as switching from French Lop Rabbits to French Bulldogs is not too far of a stretch.

            Hmmm, I wonder if he was ever able to dig up that 43 cents for a pre-stamped envelope?

  3. rgr1480 says:

    … police reports, according to police reports, police reports say …

    *banging head on desk*