When even bungling cars isn’t a safe bet for the crims.
Kansas man shot car burglary suspect
TOPEKA, Kan. – Law enforcement authorities are investigating a shooting that may be connected to a car burglary.
Just after 10:30 p.m., Tuesday, police were dispatched to Walgreen at 3900 SW 29th in Topeka for report that a subject walked in the store and told the staff he had been shot, according to Lt. Manuel Munoz.
At the scene, officers located a man who was suffering from a non-life-threatening gunshot
wound. He was transported to a local hospital for treatment.
While the officers were traveling to the call at Walgreens, dispatch received a call in the 4200
block of 29th Terrace on a report of a burglary to a vehicle. Dispatch advised that the victim saw someone burglarizing his vehicle and the victim went out to confront the suspect. The victim
fired one shot towards the burglary suspect.
The suspect was last seen running in the direction of Walgreens. Officers responded to that scene and detectives are working to determine if the two incidents are related. Police have not reported an arrest.
1 shot after gunfire exchanged between homeowner and suspects in Eads, Tenn.
SHELBY COUNTY, Tenn. – Investigators with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office continue the search for a second suspect involved in an early morning shooting in Eads, Tenn.
Neighbors told FOX13 it is normally a quiet, peaceful area. That’s why several, who didn’t want to talk on camera, said they were shocked to hear their peaceful neighborhood was disrupted by gunfire.
Shelby County Sheriff deputies were called to the 1600 block of Reid Hooker Cove around 4 Thursday morning.
According to deputies, two men were trying to break into a car at a home at the end of the cove when the homeowner heard them.
The homeowner went outside, and a shootout happened between him and the suspects.
The homeowner wasn’t injured but did manage to hit one of the suspects, sending him to the hospital in non-critical condition.
Of course we know bungling houses is not for the faint of heart.
Suspect Shot, Killed During Home Invasion In Lithia
Oh, and don’t ever think MommaBears in their Lairs ain’t lethally dangerous.
ITHIA, Fla. — Hillsborough County deputies are searching for a suspect after a home invasion in Lithia.
Suspect shot, killed during home invasion in Lithia
Other suspect ran off, being sought
Deputies said they do not believe this was random
The suspect being sought is one of two that broke into a home Wednesday night in the 100 block of Old Welcome Road. The other suspect was shot and killed by one of the homeowners, authorities said.
According to authorities, deputies responded to a 911 call just after 9 p.m.
When they arrived, they found one suspect dead in a ditch on the side of the road and the other suspect was gone.
The homeowners, a man and a woman, said two men broke into their home, making demands.
Deputies said the man and woman said the suspects attacked the man, pistol whipping him and beating him. That’s when the woman retrieved a gun and fired a shot, hitting one of the suspects, deputies said.
The suspects ran out the home, with the wounded man falling into a ditch nearby. That’s where deputy found him.