Thursday, May 9, 2013

Rollin' Right Along...

Several folks sent in today's addition to the count:

Man shot dead after confrontation in Warrenton apartment
WARRENTON — An alleged home intruder was shot and killed in an apartment above Allure Salon Tuesday morning in Warrenton.

The shooting occurred just after 11 a.m., when the man, a 39-year-old whose name has not yet been released, forced entry into the home through a door.
The folks inside played it exactly right. They heard the break in; they called 911 and convened on a secure location. When the goblin broken down the door, he received a ballistic attitude adjustment. A permanent one. Here's the best part, mind you:
Once law enforcement arrived on scene and assumed tactical positions, the man broke into the bedroom. He was subsequently shot by at least one of the residents.

Police Chief Mathew Workman said both adult residents had weapons and he is not sure who shot the suspect, or if both of them did.
Excuse me for a moment. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! He told the residents he was armed with a firearm. When the cops showed up is when he burst into the bedroom where they had barricaded themselves. The story doesn't state whether he actually had a gun or not, but it must have been one hell of a shock when he got the bedroom door open and was subsequently met with a hail of gunfire.

Does my shriveled, black heart good, it does...

Dead Goblin Count: 401

That is all.


Anonymous said...

I'm guessing that the intruder was an ex of the mother and the 19 year old was a "friend" of the eldest daughter but the ex suspected the Mom was also "involved ".

Assuming the weapons belonged to Mom, the ex had to know She was armed...... But probably didn't think she would use them.


Stretch said...

*polite golf applause*

Anonymous said...

Update to story

Deceased was the ex of the woman. He had a history of domestic violence. She wisely had thrown him out. He had been booked before for strangling her.

She took adquate steps to protect herself and her family. I would not doubt that an order of protection was on this guy. She made the wise decision to not rely on a piece of paper for protection.

Goblin=well ventilated

Sad for the family to have to witness this but I do not regret the outcome.

Joseph in IL