Thursday Feel Good Stories

| March 14, 2019 | 12 Comments

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Pizza shop employee shoots suspected robber

By Matthew Reisen
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A pizza shop employee shot and injured a suspect who deputies say had just robbed a southwest Albuquerque Little Caesars at gunpoint last Thursday.

Justin Brewer, 27, was released from the hospital and booked into the Metropolitan Detention Center on Monday on one count of armed robbery with a deadly weapon.

According to a criminal complaint filed in Metropolitan Court, Brewer had just held up the store and was fleeing through the parking lot when the employee, still wearing his apron, came outside and shot him. Brewer was taken from the scene by an unidentified man and dropped off outside a Motel 6 near the Big I soon after.

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Read the rest of the article here: Albuquerque Journal

Man Charged With Domestic Battery After Woman Shoots Him in Self-Defense
The man allegedly attacked the woman before she pulled out a gun and shot him

Felony charges were filed against a man accused of attacking a woman Sunday morning before she shot him in self-defense at a South Loop apartment building.

Brandon Williams, 30, is charged with one felony count each of aggravated domestic battery, aggravated domestic battery involving choking and possession of a weapon by a felon, according to Chicago police. He lives in the East Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side.

Williams started attacking the woman during an argument at 10:54 a.m. in an apartment in the 1000 block of South Clark Street, police said. The woman then shot him in the leg.

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Read the rest of the article here: NBC Chicgo

Man hospitalized after being shot by homeowner

By Jared Goffinet
WEBSTER CO., KY(WFIE) – One man is hospitalized with life threatening injuries after he was shot on Wednesday.
According to Captian Jones with the Webster County Sheriff’s Office, a man walked into a home on 132 West in Clay and began yelling and screaming at the homeowner. The homeowner told the man to leave the home multiple times, Captain Jones says.

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The rest of the article may be found here: 14 News

Todays totals, Delta Whiskies and Wiskettes, are a respectable 0 / 3 / 0, with zero morts, three healing up in time for court appearances, and none spotted rapidly finding another place to be. Seems they found it. For now. Missteps fixed- it’s what I get for multitasking.

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  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    Must be missing something somewhere. I see a trifecta of wounded, but no morts. No linkie thingy for the NM piece. FTA shows treated and released to custody.

    Pizza boy chasing out the store for a shot may not be a good thing. In store shooting only?

    Chitcongo; Example of girl not putting up with dirtbags crap. Aim higher next time girlfriend.

    Kentucky the mort? Did the life threatening injuries make him take a turn for the worse for him, better for us? Don’t go into someone else’s home showing your azz.

    We’ll either collect the winnings or roll it over after brunch and the dust settles.

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman says:

      What 5th/77th said…….

      • 5th/77th FA says:

        Okie dokie, makes a little more sense now. Thought my brain had crashed and burned…again.

        Trifecta of wounded not quite as good as 3 dirtnaps, but we’ll take it. Outcast, stay hunkered down till it blows over; maybe I can get Jeff motivated to go outside. It’s in the low 80s where he is.

        Dumbazz in NM got his teh stoopid self shot for $9, and he even dropped that going out. Nine bucks. smh

        Going by the pics in the articles, we have two more openings in the choir.

        Note to Ed; Multitask sequence for AM startup: (a) kiss your Angel good morning, (b) make coffee, (c) I Love you kiss and cup o joe to Angel, (d) forget everything else, concentrate on Angel.

        • Outcast says:

          Satellite photo’s show him out by pool looking kinda haggard, eye candy is observed walking around the pool in, um never mind as have to watch out for your blood pressure. Dogs still active in back yard and 2 more young things are patrolling front yard in uniform and weapons.

  2. Outcast says:

    Articles read as 0/3/0 so is possible trifecta unless there is some news not in articles as to 1 dirt nap. Was a report of dirt nap back east of a Mafia boss sometime yesterday. Most of eastern part of state here is closed due to weather conditions especially this northeastern corner, not a lot of snow on ground (maybe 2 in) here but is covered by Ice crust and streets were plowed but covered by Ice. State Trooper killed west of here near Denver, was out of vehicle checking car in ditch when some dumb idiot who was traveling to fast on slick interstate, lost control and hit him. Power out in many areas but are ok here in the cellar. National Guard called out to help EMT and last heard was about 200 cars stranded on I-25 north and south of Denver. Smaller pot for trifecta maybe better if 1/2/0. Got spikes on boots and sled runners waxed standing by. Hope Jeff and 5th are staying warm with their body warmers.

  3. docduracoat says:

    Chasing a fleeing robber and shooting him is a bad idea.
    Here in Florida that will get you charged with a crime.
    The article does say the local D.A. has not ruled out charges.
    I do like that CZ pistol!
    Is that a .45 cal CZ 97?
    10 rounds of .45 caliber goodness.
    And not a 1911!

  4. Ret_25X says:

    Lesson learned–don’t go to Little Caesar’s to steal dough…

    LOL

  5. Steal Dough? I doughn’t know if the article mentioned if the theft was the dough or the dough.

  6. 0:15 / 2:06
    PIZZA PIE, Norman Fox & The Rob Roys, (Very Rare) Capitol #4128 1958

  7. Outcast says:

    !00 car pile up between Wellington and Colorado/Wyoming state line no death reported, ROADS in Colorado if open are slick with ice cover. Our area (north east corner) has all roads closed until further notice.

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