Man picking up his stolen car fatally shot an alleged street robber in Des Moines Washington.

Des Moines police last week investigated what appears to be a crime of opportunity that turned deadly when the victim of a street robbery returned fire and fatally shot his alleged assailant, according to a police spokesperson.
Randle Cody Jr., 45, died Wednesday from multiple gunshot wounds and his death was ruled a homicide, according to the King County Medical Examiner’s Office.
The medical examiner classifies deaths as natural, accidental, homicide, suicide or undetermined. A determination of homicide means only that a person was responsible for another person’s death and does not necessarily indicate criminal culpability.
Around 4 p.m. Wednesday, several people called 911 after hearing gunshots in the 22900 block of 30th Avenue South, said Des Moines police Sgt. Dave Mohr.
He said the police investigation found that a 31-year-old Renton man had reported his car stolen on Jan. 18 and two days later, the vehicle was located by Des Moines police officers, said Mohr. The owner asked that the car not be impounded and he went to his vehicle’s location on his motorcycle to await a tow truck.
While the 31-year-old was waiting, an SUV pulled up, driven by a 30-year-old Kent man with a 45-year-old Tukwila man as a passenger, said Mohr. The 45-year-old got out of the SUV and struck up a conversation with the Renton man about his motorcycle, he said.

The 45-year-old then pulled a gun and demanded the younger man’s backpack, pocketing his weapon as the Renton man handed over the bag, said Mohr. The 31-year-old then pulled out his own gun and the 45-year-old grabbed his gun and fired once, missing the 31-year-old; the 31-year-old returned fire, striking the 45-year-old multiple times, according to Mohr.
The 45-year-old was treated at the scene but died soon after arriving at Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center, Mohr said.
The 31-year-old Renton man and the SUV’s driver were both interviewed by officers and Des Moines police have since sent their case to King County prosecutors to be reviewed. The Renton man was not arrested or booked into jail.
“To my knowledge, it’s just an odd coincidence,” Mohr said of the encounter, adding there’s no evidence the 45-year-old was involved in stealing the Renton man’s car. “The 31-year-old was just a victim of opportunity for the two in the SUV.”
Mohr said the 31-year-old was legally in possession of a handgun and had a valid concealed pistol license at the time of the fatal shooting.

Suspected intruder shot, killed while breaking into Harrison Twp

A suspected intruder was shot and killed while allegedly breaking into a Harrison Township apartment complex early Monday afternoon, according to the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office.
The incident happened about 12:35 p.m. at Harrison Woods Condominiums on Harrison Woods Lane, in the area of Northpointe Parkway and Metropolitan Parkway.
“It was basically a home invasion, where the occupants were home and shot the individual who was coming in,” said Sheriff Anthony Wickersham.

According to a news release, sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the complex for a home invasion in progress. While deputies were on their way, dispatch notified them residents reported hearing gunshots.
Upon their arrival, deputies found a 26-year-old Redford Township man dead inside of the residence, said sheriff’s Sgt. David Crabtree.
“It was determined that the decedent forced his way into the home and was subsequently shot by one of the occupants,” Crabtree said in the release.
The occupants — a Harrison Township woman and a man from Inkster, both 27 — were taken to the sheriff’s office in Mount Clemens. They have since been released.

Police believe the subjects knew each other.
As of 6 p.m., investigators remained on the scene conducting their investigation.
Wickersham said the apartment occupants were being cooperative with the deputies.
“We’ll be conferring with the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office and they will be the ones who will make the determination as to whether this was a justifiable homicide,” the sheriff said.
There is no reason for the residents of Harrison Township to be alarmed, Wickersham added.
The suspect’s name was not released Monday night.
Monday’s incident marked the fourth fatal shooting this month in Macomb County.


Investigation underway after homeowner shoots, kills armed intruder Sunday evening in Moss Point

MOSS POINT, Miss. (WXXV) — Police are investigating after a homeowner shot and killed an armed intruder Sunday evening in Moss Point.

Police say they received a call at around 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, reporting, “shots fired” in the Mill Avenue area of East Moss Point.

Officers responded to the 911 calls and after arriving, found a man laying in the roadway. The male victim appeared to have been shot was pronounced dead on scene.

Police Chief Brandon Ashley says the deceased victim and another man had attempted to carry out an armed home invasion of a residence in the area.

The two men approached the door of their target residence and encountered the homeowner.

At least one of the two men fired a gun multiple times at the homeowner striking him at least once. The homeowner returned fire, striking at least one of the two intruders. That intruder was fatally wounded and collapsed in the roadway.

The homeowner was treated and released from the hospital for his gunshot wounds.

The two suspects have yet to be identified.

Authorities say the case will be presented to the next Grand Jury for review.

Lake Mathews property owner fatally shoots man in self-defense

LAKE MATHEWS (CA)— A property owner shot and killed a former resident in self-defense during an altercation in the unincorporated community of Lake Mathews, sheriff’s officials said Sunday.

It happened at 9:10 p.m. Thursday in the 21000 block of Harford Park Lane, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Sgt. Richard Carroll said the former resident physically threatened the property owner.

“During the confrontation, the property owner feared for their safety and their family’s safety and used a firearm against the assailant,” he said.

The former resident, Ned Cornish, 39, of Perris, was pronounced dead at the scene despite life-saving efforts from first responders.

Because the shooting appears to have been in self-defense, sheriff’s officials said no arrests have been made, though the investigation is ongoing.

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Home Intruder Fatally Shot

FAR MIDDLE FORK , KY– A home intruder was fatally shot after reportedly threatening the residents when they arrived home.

On Sunday, January 17, a 911 call came into Magoffin County dispatch reporting a shooting at a mobile home on KY Rt. 378 near the Magoffin/Breathitt county line.

Kentucky State Police investigators responded to the home and discovered a male had been shot. According to a press release from KSP, the initial investigation indicates Bradley Johnson, 28, of Olive Hill, was unlawfully inside the residence of Lyndon Holland, an altercation ensued and a firearm was discharged, resulting in Johnson suffering a fatal gunshot wound.

Johnson was pronounced deceased at the scene by Magoffin County Coroner’s Office.

Magoffin County Deputy Coroner Brian Parker told Mortimer Media, “After forcing entry, he demanded their belongings and money and there was an altercation. Mr. Holland was assaulted by Mr. Johnson.

He then walked around the corner of his SUV, grabbed a Ruger .22, and fired one time in the air. He asked Mr. Johnson to please leave the property, but Mr. Johnson then grabbed a hammer and came around the front of the vehicle, threatening his life. He then fired and shot Mr. Johnson in the chest, single shot, and killed Mr. Johnson.”

According to the coroner’s report, Johnson had punched Holland in the face during the altercation prior to Holland getting a gun out of his vehicle. Multiple shots were fired, but only one shot hit Johnson.

Johnson’s body was sent to the Kentucky Medical Examiner’s Office in Frankfort for an autopsy and toxicology report.

Johnson’s mother, who lives in Morehead, told the coroner’s office her son had a history of drug addiction and has been in and out of jail for multiple reasons. She also stated that her other son, Nicholas Stephens, died of a gunshot wound, as well, a few years ago, in an incident that was listed as an accident.

While KSP had Johnson listed as living in Olive Hill, according to jail records, when Johnson was arrested for a reported DUI in Salyersville on January 2 this year, he had an Oakley Fork, Salyersville address. In 2017, when arrested for a probation violation and taken to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center, he had a Salyersville address, and in 2016 in two different arrests, including one for manufacturing methamphetamine, he had addresses in West Liberty.

KSP Detective Kevin Newsome is leading the investigation and he was assisted on the scene by KSP personnel and Lifeguard Ambulance Service. Magoffin County Rescue Squad and Magoffin County Coroner’s Office also responded to the scene.

According to KSP, the investigation will be presented to the Magoffin County Grand Jury for consideration. No charges have been filed at this time and the incident is being handled as a self-defense case.

Johnson is survived by a son, Bentley Johnson, of Carter County, mom, Amanda Patrick, of Morehead, and brother, Zachery Stephens, of Elliot County.

 

 

Alleged intruder shot by mom left a trail of blood, making it easy for Sugar Land police to find him

SUGAR LAND, Texas — An attempted home invasion was stopped by an armed mother who opened fire on the intruder early Friday, Sugar Land police said.

The woman had her 8-year-old child with her in the home — neither was physically hurt.

The suspect, identified as Santana Anthony Hudson, 21, survived and was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital. He was arrested and charged with burglary of a habitation and unlawfully carrying a weapon.

The shooting was reported at about 4:30 a.m. in the 200 block of Shadow Wood, in the Sugar Mill subdivision, according to city officials.

According to Assistant Chief of Police Michelle Allen, the woman told police she was asleep when she heard a noise at her back door. She grabbed a gun and found a man had broken a window and was trying to get in. She opened fire on the suspect, shooting him in the chest.

The man fled the scene, going less than a block away through neighbors’ backyards, but responding officers managed to track him down because of the trail of blood he left behind, KHOU 11’s Michelle Choi reported.


Cleveland gas station clerk shoots man who opens fire on him

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – A gas station store clerk shot a gunman in the ankle early Wednesday morning.

Cleveland police said the suspect walked into the Marathon Gas Station in the 5300 block of Superior Avenue and fired several shots at the clerk.

The clerk, who was not injured, fired back and struck the suspect one time.

Officers said the suspect then drove off in a black Monte Carlo and crashed into a city salt truck at Superior Avenue and East Blvd.

The suspect did not stop, but police said the salt truck driver followed him to University Hospitals.

Police officers then arrived at the hospital and placed him under arrest.

The suspect’s name has not yet been released and police said the matter remains under investigation.

Hesperia homeowner fends off intruder in gun battle caught on camera

HESPERIA, Calif. (KABC) — A Hesperia homeowner fended off an armed man who was trying to break into his home, exchanging gunfire until the man ran away.

The wild early-morning shootout was caught on camera – and the suspect turned out to be a neighbor who lived only a few doors down.

The incident happened early Monday morning, when the family heard someone trying to break into their home.

“I see him – he’s trying to kick the door in, demanding to come in. Then I see him pull out a gun.”

The homeowner ushered his wife and child into a closet for safety while he went to grab his own gun.

He came back to the front door and could see the man pointing his gun. At that point, they both started shooting at each other through the door.
The two exchanged gunfire through the door for less than a minute before the man ran away on foot, firing a shot at another home in the neighborhood as he fled.

A few minutes later, sheriff’s deputies showed up and eventually found and arrested the suspect in the neighborhood. The homeowner said the man turned out to be his neighbor, but they didn’t know each other or have any previous interaction.

The home was left with bullet holes in the walls and doors. The homeowner was armed with a 9 mm and says from the bullet casings it appears the intruder had a .22.

The sheriff’s department later identified the suspect as Erick Contreras, 39, a resident of Hesperia. Contreras was arrested and booked for attempted murder, shooting in an inhabited dwelling, attempted robbery and felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.

There have been several other incidents in recent years of homeowners in Hesperia shooting intruders


Attempted armed robber shot, killed inside Myrtle Beach home

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach police revealed that an armed robber was shot and killed at a home on Monday night.

Officers were called to the shooting around 6 p.m. Monday in the 500 block of 34th Avenue North.

Responding officers found two people hurt inside the home. Both were taken to the hospital, but one person succumbed to their injuries while the second person is expected to be OK.

During the investigation, it was discovered that the person who died had gone into the residence with the intent to commit armed robbery, according to police.

“He and the other person knew each other previously, and there was no evidence of forced entry into the home. During the armed robbery attempt, the deceased suffered a gunshot wound,” according to a statement by Myrtle Beach police.

The name of the person who was shot and killed has not been released yet.

The investigation is ongoing.


Man dead after possible home invasion in Cuyahoga Falls
Cuyahoga Falls home invasion leads to deadly shooting

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – A Cuyahoga Falls resident called police Saturday morning and told them he had shot a home intruder.

The shooting occurred in the 2200 block of Richmond Road shortly before 5:45 a.m., according to a Cuyahoga Falls police press release.

Police say they found a 41-year-old man with gunshot wounds in the home. He was pronounced dead at 6 a.m., police said.

The man’s identity has not been released pending the notification of his family.

The incident is currently under investigation by the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department and the Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

CCW permit holder fatally shoots 18-year-old suspect during attempted robbery in Linden

COLUMBUS, Ohio — An 18-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday night by a man who has a concealed carry license after the teenager tried to rob him, according to Columbus police.

Officers were called to the E&E Food Market in the 700 block of East Hudson Street in the Linden area around 7:25 p.m.

When officers arrived, they found 18-year-old Kiran Hill shot. He was taken to Riverside Methodist Hospital in critical condition, where he later died.

Police said Hill and 17-year-old Josiah Cocroft tried to rob a 33-year-old man at the market.

Police said Hill pulled a gun on the man and then the man, who has a CCW permit, pulled out his own gun.

Hill was shot when he and the man exchanged gunfire, police said.

The man who shot Hill stayed at the scene.

Police arrested Cocroft, who detectives said was with Hill, and charged him with murder.


Man Shoots Robber Who Was Holding Up Woman At Gunpoint In Calumet Heights

CHICAGO (CBS) — A man was holding up a woman at gunpoint in the Calumet Heights neighborhood late Tuesday when another man stepped in and shot the robber, police said.

At 5:59 p.m., the 39-year-old woman was on the street in the 9000 block of South East End Avenue when the robber walked up, took out a gun, and demanded her property, police said.

Then another man approached both the robber and the victim, took out his own gun, and shot the robber, police said.

The robber was wounded in the right leg and found his own way to Jackson Park Hospital, where his condition was stabilized, police said.

Area Two detectives were investigating late Tuesday.

Suspect killed by employee during smoke shop robbery in Barstow
Unidentified man shot multiple times by store employee

A shooting at a smoke shop in Barstow this week left a robbery suspect dead after Barstow Police officials said he pointed a handgun at a store employee and demanded money and property.

The shooting occurred Wednesday afternoon at the So Cal Smoke Shop located at 1251 East Main Street. There, detectives learned through an investigation that the employee retrieved a handgun and shot the unidentified man as he was robbing the business, according to a Barstow Police statement.

The detectives interviewed multiple witnesses, reviewed surveillance video and processed the scene as part of the investigation, the statement said.

Officers were dispatched to So Cal Smoke Shop at about 2:37 p.m. Wednesday after receiving a report of a person shot during a robbery. At the scene, they found the alleged robber unresponsive, not breathing and suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.

The officers administered CPR and paramedics from the Barstow Fire Protection District continued life-saving efforts once they arrived. Despite their efforts, the man was later pronounced dead at the scene.

A deputy coroner from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Coroner Division and a deputy district attorney from the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office also responded to the scene and assisted Barstow Police with the ensuing investigation, the statement said.

Robbery suspect shot, killed by man in self-defense

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — A would-be thief was shot and killed in Durham Saturday evening, police say.

The incident was reported around 6 p.m. in the 3600 block of North Duke Street, according to Durham police.

A witness said she heard three gunshots and then saw a person lying on the ground.

“Initial report indicates a victim shot in self-defense when a suspect attempted to rob him,” a police statement on Twitter said.

The suspect was taken to a nearby hospital, but later died.

Joy Royster was shopping at a beauty supply store when said she heard the gunfire. When she went outside she saw a man lying on the ground.

“It’s heartbreaking just to know what’s going on in the society now, like every time you turn around something is going on,” Royster said. “You hear it on the news all the time and just to be experiencing it, it’s a whole different feeling.”

Saturday night, police had part of the parking lot blocked off at the North Duke Crossing shopping center.

This is the second deadly shooting in the city of Durham this year.

No other details were released by police.


 

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Intruder killed by resident armed with shotgun at home in Miami, Oklahoma

MIAMI, Okla. — An Ottawa County man believed to be breaking into a private residence was fatally shot by the homeowner, Miami Police Chief Thomas Anderson said Friday.

Roger Nelums, 30, of Miami died around 1 a.m. Friday, according to Anderson. He had been released from the Ottawa County jail on Tuesday on charges of knowingly receiving or concealing stolen property and false declaration of ownership in pawn, according to online court records.

A burglary in progress was reported in the 900 block of B Street Northwest in Miami around 12:16 a.m. The resident told police he shot the person who broke into his house, according to Anderson’s statement.

The caller told police he was in his living room when the man began banging on the back door. He said he armed himself with a shotgun after he heard someone climb through the window of a back bedroom, according to the statement.

He told police he fired once at the man, later identified as Nelums, after the intruder approached the resident, according to Anderson.

Nelums was taken to Miami Integris Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to police.

Online court records show that 12 warrants had been issued for Nelums in Ottawa County in cases alleging child abuse, violating a protective order, domestic assault and battery, burglary of an automobile, larceny, drug violations, concealing stolen property and threatening acts of violence.

Suspected car burglar shot, killed after homeowner catches him in the act

HOUSTON – A suspected car burglar is dead after the homeowner caught him in the act and shot him late Wednesday night.

The shooting happened around 9 p.m. at a home on Theta Street and Marleen Street in Southeast Houston.

Police said the homeowner heard a noise in his driveway, looked out and saw a man breaking into his car. The homeowner grabbed his gun and confronted the burglar. At some point, the homeowner shot the suspect.

The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. The homeowner called police and is cooperating with investigators. No word on if the homeowner will face any charges.


 

Resident shoots and kills suspected burglar in North Lauderdale

NORTH LAUDERDALE — An armed burglary suspect is dead and the Broward State Attorney’s Office will decide if the resident who fatally shot the intruder will be charged.

Derrick Morgan, 21, of North Lauderdale, killed Millard Thompson, 38, of Deerfield Beach, about 2 a.m. Dec. 30, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.

Thompson was inside the home in the 8000 block of Southwest Fifth Street when 911 was called. Morgan confronted Thompson and fired, investigators said.

North Lauderdale Fire Rescue pronounced Thompson dead at the scene of the shooting.

Witnesses in the home told detectives that Thompson was armed with a gun at the time of the shooting and detectives found a gun in the home that they believe belonged to Thompson.

If this is determined to be a case of self-defense then Morgan is unlikely to be charged but the investigation is continuing.

Thompson was sentenced to a little more than one year in prison for a 2004 cocaine conviction, according to the Florida Department of Corrections.

His Broward County record shows seven felony arrests dating back to 1987 for drug possession, fraud, and firing a gun into a building.

Deputies identify suspects wounded in home invasion near Summerville

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) – The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office says two suspects in a home invasion who were shot by the homeowner will face charges in the incident.

Deputies say the suspects, whom they identified as Daniel Moon and Shawn Cook, will face charges of first-degree burglary and third-degree assault and battery. Moon is still hospitalized following the shooting but has active warrants, according to Deputy Carli Drayton. Cook will face the same charges, she said.

Booking photos were not yet available for the two suspects.

The investigation began on Dec. 29 at 1:35 a.m. when Berkeley County deputies responded to a home on Mosby Court. When deputies arrived they spoke to the victim who said his gun was on the floor and reported that he had shot two male subjects who had attacked him when he opened the door.

The victim said it all started when he heard someone knocking on his front door and heard someone say‚ ”It’s Hal, your neighbor.”

The report states when the victim opened the door the two male subjects pushed through the door with one of them grabbing the victim and slinging him across the room.

The victim said he reached into his pocket, took out a gun and fired four rounds at the suspects. They ran from the scene, and he told his girlfriend to call police, he said.

The victim said he then observed a car running in the nearby area with a female subject standing outside of it and a male subject sitting in the driver’s seat. The victim said he yelled out the door that he was calling the police at which time the vehicle left.

The victim’s girlfriend said she was in a back room of the home when the incident happened, and heard someone knocking at the door, her boyfriend going to the front door and then heard “banging around” followed by gunshots.

The sheriff’s office then responded to Roper St. Francis on Carnes Crossing Boulevard for two gunshot victims that arrived shortly after the incident.

According to deputies, it was determined the two were the suspects involved in the home invasion.

Homeowner shoots and kills 2 burglary suspects Monday morning

Amarillo police have identified the two people found dead in a home Monday morning.

Around 5:19 a.m., officers were called to a suspicion call at a home near 3rd Avenue and S. Jackson Street.

Officers found two people dead in the home. APD Homicide Detectives were called to the scene to investigate.

Detectives have learned the homeowner confronted one of the people committing a burglary. The suspect attacked the homeowner and the two began fighting.

The homeowner was armed with a handgun.

Police say the second person tried to assault the homeowner, and the homeowner shot the suspects in fear for his life.

Both of the suspects died at the scene.

They have been identified as 27-year-old Jesus Antonio Maldonado and 43-year-old Anthony Garone Adams.

Detectives interviewed the homeowner and later released him.

The case will be presented to the Potter County Grand Jury and remains under investigation.


Person shoots vehicle burglar outside West Palm Beach gas station

The West Palm Beach Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred at a gas station overnight.

Authorities say that a person was shot outside of the RaceTrac gas station at 2995 45th Street just before midnight on Saturday.

A vehicle owner confronted and shot a burglar inside of their vehicle, according to police. The suspected burglar and shooting victim was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police say the vehicle owner was licensed to legally carry a firearm and cooperated with investigators.

Both parties are adults.

 

Off-duty police officer shoots man during alleged attempted carjacking on West Side

CHICAGO (WLS) — An attempted carjacking has left one man injured during a shooting Friday afternoon involving an off-duty Chicago police officer in the city’s Lawndale on the West Side, according to police.

The shooting happened in the 1300-block of South Kedvale Avenue in the city’s Lawndale neighborhood.

The off-duty officer shot the man who he claims was trying to steal his car.

“The police just opened fire on him. And my brother got to running, and who is gonna stand there while the police are shooting at you,” said the suspect’s sister, Iesha Brown. “Now I’m just trying to figure out, like, how they are trying to clean that thing up, trying to make it seem like a carjacking. This man ain’t ever carjacked nobody in his life.

The man was shot in the arm and taken to Mt. Sinai hospital in fair condition, according to a CFD spokesperson.

Two other suspects were also taken into custody from the incident, police said.

The shooting comes just hours after Chicago police release crime statistics showing that while overall crime is down, carjackings in Chicago have increased over 100%, and the number of murders and shootings have significantly increased compared to last year.

According to CPD data, in 2020, there were 1,362 vehicular hijackings in Chicago compared to 663 vehicular hijackings in 2019.


Fort Worth homeowner shoots suspected vehicle burglar

FORT WORTH (1080 KRLD) – A south Fort Worth homeowner shot a teenager who was allegedly breaking into his vehicle.

“I guess he met the wrong homeowner last night,” says Fort Worth officer Tracy Carter of Braxton Criddle, 19.

It happened at around midnight last night outside a home on Hunting Green Drive.

The homeowner ended up shooting Criddle in the leg.

“The male (Criddle) was taken to the hospital to be treated, and I’m going to say he’s probably not going to want to do that again,” says Ofc. Carter.

Criddle is now facing a charge of burglary of a vehicle, a class A misdemeanor.

As for the homeowner, it’s unlikely that he will be facing any charges.

“He was very cooperative with the detectives and officers once they came out,” says Carter, “and he will not be facing charges at this time.”

Assault, robbery victim shoots 2 suspects in Phoenix

PHOENIX – Police say two suspects have been hospitalized after being shot by a man that they assaulted and robbed in Phoenix.

According to the Phoenix Police Department, the shooting happened on Dec. 31 at 1:40 a.m. near 48th Street and McDowell Road.

When officers arrived at the scene, they found two men who had been shot. Both men were taken to a hospital for treatment.

At the scene, officers also found a man and woman who said the man shot the two suspects while being assaulted and robbed.

The victim was injured during the assault, however, his injuries are not considered to be life-threatening.

 

Attempted home invasion robbery leaves 2 fatally shot, 2 others wounded in Riverside County community

Gunfire exchanged between residents and people who broke into their home in La Cresta, west of Murrieta, early Saturday morning left two people dead and two others wounded, authorities said Monday, Dec. 28.
Investigators believe a number of suspects — it wasn’t immediately confirmed how many — forced their way into a home on 37000 block of Calle de Lobo and attacked one of its residents, Riverside County Sheriff’s officials said in a news release. Shots were fired during the altercation, and four people were hit.
Deputies were summoned at 4:01 a.m., and found two people dead when they arrived, Sheriff’s officials said. One decedent was a suspect in what the agency called a botched home invasion robbery. Information was not immediately released on the second person who was fatally shot.
A second suspect in the robbery and one other person who was shot were taken to a hospital. Details regarding the severity of their wounds was not immediately available.
Sheriff’s officials believe at least one more suspect fled in a car. A detailed description of any possible outstanding suspect or vehicle was not available Monday afternoon.
Those shot were identified only as males, their ages were not immediately disclosed.
Authorities asked anyone with information regarding the shooting and robbery to contact Sheriff’s Investigator Stites at 951-245-3300, or Investigator Button at 951-955-2777.
The identities of those who died were withheld pending the notification of their relatives.


Woman shot during break-in at Kenmore storage facility

KENMORE, Wash. – A woman was shot early Monday during a break-in at a Kenmore storage facility, sheriff’s officials said.

The incident unfolded at about 12:45 a.m. as deputies and medics responded to a report of a shooting at People’s Storage in the 6900 block of NE 181st Street in Kenmore, said Tim Meyer of the King County Sheriff’s Office.

A woman was found at the scene with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. She was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatment.

A preliminary found that the resident caretaker at the facility interrupted the woman as she was attempting to break in and steal items.

At some point, the woman pulled out a gun. The caretaker, who was also armed, responded by firing a single shot and striking the woman in the shoulder, Meyer said.

The woman will be booked into the King County Jail once she is released from the hospital.

 

House fire overnight after shooting near scene of deadly Sunday night home invasion in Port Arthur

PORT ARTHUR, Texas — Port Arthur Police are investigating a house fire that happened around midnight on Tuesday at the same home where three people broke in and held a family at gunpoint Sunday night.

An eyewitness tells 12News a neighbor saw smoke and flames coming from the home and dialed 911. Nobody was home when the fire started. Right now, the cause is unknown.

Less than 24 hours after the scary home invasion in Port Arthur, police were back near the scene Monday evening.

According to investigators, shots were fired Monday in the 2500 block of 18th Street. On Sunday night, investigators said a 29-year-old man shot and killed one of three people holding his family at gunpoint in their own home. Continue reading “”

Store clerk shoots man attempting to rob convenience store

TUNICA,Miss. — Unexpected shots were fired when a young man attempted to rob a Mississippi convenience store, Tunica County Sheriff’s Office reported.

According to police, at exactly 6:42 p.m. on December 23rd, they received a call about an armed robbery at a local store.

The suspect walked into the store with a handgun and demanded money from the store clerk, police said.

During the robbery, the store clerk shot the suspect who then fled out of the store, per reports.

Forensics used the evidence and determined that 22-year-old Joshua Johnson of Horn Lake, MS is the person responsible for the crime.

The evidence also led them to a home where they learned that someone dropped him off at a nearby hospital for treatment.

Officials said there will be criminal charges against Johnson as this investigation is ongoing.


Homeowner shoots burglary suspect 3 times in north Houston

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A burglary suspect was shot three times in the leg by a homeowner early Sunday in north Houston, according to police.

It happened at a home in the 6500 block of Jensen around 3 a.m.

Police said the homeowner went outside with a gun to investigate the noises he said he heard coming from his backyard.

That’s when he found a man breaking into his shed.

Officers placed tourniquets on the burglary suspect, and he was taken to the hospital. Police said he is expected to survive.

“I’m not exactly sure what he was thinking, but he was inside the shed taking some items from the owner when the owner came outside,” a police officer said.


Woman Shoots Suspect Who Forced Way Into Home And Assaulted Her On Christmas

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A man involved in a dispute with his neighbor was shot after allegedly pushing his way into the woman’s apartment and assaulting her and her family on Christmas Day, the Stockton Police Department said on Saturday.

The neighbor, a 29-year-old woman, was confronted by the suspect and engaged in an argument, police said. This happened just before 2:45 p.m. on Friday in the 1700 block of Quail Lakes Drive.

Stockton police said the suspect, a 32-year-old man, forced his way into the woman’s home and began the assault, which prompted the woman to shoot the suspect. His identity has not yet been released.

The suspect was taken to the hospital to be treated for what police described as a non-life-threatening gunshot wound.

Stockton police said the case was handed over to the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office. No further information was released.

Man with concealed carry permit shoots and kills robbery suspect inside Chicago cell phone store

CHICAGO – A man was shot and killed while trying to rob a cell phone store in Chicago on Saturday, police said.

The would-be robber entered the cell phone shop on the 3400 hundred block of West Chicago Avenue in Humboldt Park around 7 p.m.

A man on the scene shot the robbery suspect in the chest and abdomen, police said. It is not clear if the man was the owner, employee, or another customer.

Police said the shooter, 29, had a valid concealed carry permit.

The robbery suspect was transported in critical condition to Stroger Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Police confiscated the robbery suspect’s gun and the gun belonging to the concealed carry permit holder.


Driver shoots man during attempted Denver carjacking; witness shares account

DENVER — A man allegedly involved in two Denver carjackings was shot by one driver he was trying to rob, according to the Denver Police Department.

It started around 6:30 a.m. Thursday with a carjacking at Speer Boulevard and Colfax Avenue. The man who was involved in the carjacking then tried to carjack another driver in the area of Buchtel Boulevard and Downing Street, according to police. The driver at the second location shot and wounded him.

The injured man took off in the original car taken from Speer Boulevard and Colfax Avenue, police said. Officers found him around 8 a.m. in the 2100 block of S. Ash Street in Denver.

Alex Valdes witnessed the initial carjacking at the intersection of Speer and Colfax. He said he chose to call 911 after seeing other bystanders drive away,

“I just witnessed a carjacking [and] I see nobody reacting. It takes no energy to call 911.”

The man who was shot was taken to the hospital. The investigation is ongoing.


String of armed robberies ends with suspect shot at corner store in Rochester

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A string of armed convenience store robberies that started in Victor ended on Thurston Road in Rochester Wednesday night, when an employee of Angelo’s Grocery Store shot the suspect.

That’s according to Rochester police, who say the suspect — a 25-year-old Rochester man — is in custody.

Investigators say the suspect began by robbing a Kwik Fill in Victor and then robbed a FastTrac on West Ridge Road and a Family Dollar on Dewey Avenue. They say the suspect was shot while attempting to rob Angelo’s Grocery. The timeline is as follows:

3:38 p.m.: robbery at Kwik Fill in Victor (a suspect and vehicle description was broadcast to RPD)
6:49 p.m.: robbery at the FastTrac at 375 W Ridge Road
7:07 p.m.: robbery at the Family Dollar at 706 Dewey Avenue
7:26 p.m.: attempted robbery at Angelo’s Grocery and Deli at 579 Thurston Road
While attempting to the last of the robberies, RPD officials said the store owner produced a legally owned hand gun and fired at the suspect, striking him. The store owner stayed on scene until police arrived.

“The first sergeant on the scene was by herself but did a great job taking the male suspect who had been shot into custody, as well as detaining the two clerks from the store,” said RPD Captain Naser Zenelovic. “She recovered two handguns, one from each person. You can imagine how stressful that was.”

Rochester police say the suspect is being treated at Strong Memorial Hospital and is expected to recover. The investigation is ongoing.