Man shot to death after forcing his way into home, deputies say
A man armed with a shotgun who forced his way into his ex-girlfriend's Newberry home Sunday was driven away after a fight inside the home, according to a report.
When he returned with another shotgun, a woman inside the home and a teenager each shot him with handguns, the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office reported.
Okay, now here's my beef with this story.This guy kicks the door in, fires a shot, and gets the gun taken away from him. Okay, this part I grok. This part is good. The people in the house do what you'd expect: They call the police. Now, they're calling in saying that an armed man broke into their home and fired a shot - you would think this would get some kind of priority, right? Well, unless the guy lived three doors down, not really - because he had time to go home, get another gun and come back.
Now, think about this imbecile. He walks into the house with a gun, fires a shot, and then has the gun taken away from him. He leaves and decides to come back - even though he knows the people in the house have a gun, the one he had taken from him. You tell me what he had planned. He knows there's at least one gun in the house, and still heads over? I think if they hadn't had their own guns, there'd be a bunch of dead folks rather than one dead goblin.
I prefer it much better this way.
Dead Goblin Count: 362
That is all.