Tuesday Feel Good Stories

| April 16, 2019 | 12 Comments

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Taurus .38/.357 8 Shot Wheel Gun

Naked man killed by security guard after bizarre stabbing attack at Palmdale McDonald’s

By Amy Powell
PALMDALE, Calif. (KABC) — A man was shot and killed by a security guard after crashing his car into a restaurant, stripping off his clothes and stabbing someone at a McDonald’s in Palmdale, police and witnesses said.

The bizarre incident unfolded Sunday at a shopping area in the 2500 block of East Avenue S. around 4:30 p.m.

Officials say the suspect crashed his car into a Carl’s Jr., then got out of the vehicle and stripped off his clothes.

He ran across the street to a McDonald’s and there stabbed at least one person inside.

He then got into a confrontation with a security guard, who shot the man, officials say.

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Homeowner shoots girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend during alleged home-invasion

By Justin P. Hicks
KALKASKA COUNTY, MI — Police are investigating an alleged home-invasion in which the homeowner shot an intruder following a struggle over a rifle in Kalkaska County.

A 26-year-old Kalkaska man is recovering Monday, April 15, at Munson Medical Center after undergoing surgery for a gunshot wound to the chest.

Police arrested the homeowner — a 23-year-old Rapid City man. He was questioned and later released.


The incident began around 9 p.m. Friday, April 13, when a 26-year-old Kalkaska man went to the residence of his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend, where she lives with him.

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The rest of the article may be viewed here: M Live.com

Allentown police investigating early morning shooting at nightclub

By Jennifer Sheehan
Allentown police said they are investigating a shooting that left a man wounded outside an Airport Road nightclub early Saturday morning.

Capt. Glenn Granitz said the shooting occurred just after 2 a.m. in the parking lot of Chicago Restaurant and Club Gravity on the 1100 block of Airport Road.

The wounded man, whose identity has not been released, was in stable condition at a hospital, Granitz said.

He said Saturday evening that all parties have been identified and accounted for. He expects charges to be filed.

An eyewitness said the shooting occurred after a fight among about six people in the parking lot. He said several security guards from the club tried to break it up, with one using pepper spray on a man. That man’s friend, the witness said, then fired about three gunshots into the air as he was getting into his car. As the shooter drove through the parking lot to leave, a security guard fired several shots at his car, the witness said, causing it to crash into a wall.

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The rest of the article may be viewed here: Morning Call

Todays score is a bit more promising than yesterday’s, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, with one tagged and bagged, two on the mend, and no reported leakers. Today, at any rate.

He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty, he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself. — Thomas Paine

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  1. 26Limabeans says:

    “homeowner shot an intruder”

    I love this country.

    And I also like matte finish SS on weapons.
    They look so ….medical.

  2. Tallywhagger says:

    Massachusetts does not permit the sale of Taurus revolvers.

    • Lurker Curt says:

      Too many clips in the magazine thingy? 😉

      • Tallywhagger says:

        Could be but only the Hate Monger General, Maura Healey, knows for sure. The same can be said for Colt revolvers.

        She actually publishes a list of approved vendors from which Bay Staters may select.

        She also regulates the trigger strength standards.

        Immoral, elected and ugly, a Massachusetts tradition.

        • rgr769 says:

          Back in the day at Ft. Devens, we always used to say that Taxachussetts had more ugly women per capita than any other state, but then we went to Rumford, Maine for ski training, so we had to revise that generalization.

  3. Outcast says:

    1/2/0, not the greatest but all are confined and none on the run, yet. 1, typical and must be minority as the area likes to tell if it was a white person. Usual extreme behavior. 2, why is there always a struggle for the weapon, and a rifle to boot. If I was threatened it would be a hand gun, more maneuverable in a confined space and as soon as someone started to force way in shots would be fired, no second chance to talk. Things we do for women, always thinking with wrong head in these cases. 3, kind of a jumbled up mess of reporting as am not sure as perp status, as sounds like they do not know anything, not in club, fired shots and got in car and drove through, drove up and fired shots, Oh well he’s inconvenienced, and are pending arrests. It is 5:30 am here people and way too early to start drinking despite the confusion. Standing by.

  4. MI Ranger says:

    The current boyfriend in Michigan needs to learn to use, and not just threaten with, his rifle. At least he had the presence of mind to have a back up (pistol) in case he failed to maintain positive control of his rifle!
    Wonder what drugs the guy in California was on? Crashes in to Carl’s Jr, strips naked. Decides he doesn’t like Hardy’s and runs to McDonalds, stabs someone when he is told he can’t get it his way…that’s Burger King (as the cadence goes)! Good thing the security guard was armed, wonder where naked guy got the knife…or was it a spork?

  5. 5th/77th FA says:

    Micky Ds finally had some real meat in the store? Prolly wasn’t a Big Mac size.

    Gun control starts with hanging on to your weapon.

    Nothing good happens at 0200 unless it involves a consenting male and female in an amorous state.

    1/2/0 still pays off and the week is young. Back to riding herd on the painting crew.

  6. David says:

    While I know it is functional and a good thing to have the extra two wounds, that giant cylinder makes that gun look like the one in Roger Rabbit.

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