One person is dead and three others are injured after they were shot by a resident of an Arizona home they were trying to burglarize. According to a news release, when Edith Guerrero, Jaden James, Leonardo Gonzalez and Jessica Aynes broke into the home they woke the sleeping occupants as they entered. The unidentified occupant with the gun fired several rounds, hitting all four suspects and ultimately killing one.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Monday, October 19, 2020
There will be no charges in a deadly shooting that took place Friday on Interstate 75 near Ft. Wright on Friday, Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders said Friday.
A call to Kenton County Emergency Communications Center at 1:22 Friday afternoon from Joshua G. Taylor indicated that Taylor had been involved in a collision with another driver in what he described as a road rage incident. While on the phone with dispatchers, while he was stopped on the side of the highway, Taylor said that he could see the other driver approaching with a rifle.
According to a news release from Sanders's office on Monday, the 911 call recording included a verbal confrontation between Taylor and John Patrick Abell before gunshots were heard.
Taylor told dispatch that he had fired shots from his own gun and struck Abell. The call's recording shows Taylor administering first aid.
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Saturday, July 4, 2020
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Police say they are classifying a deadly Nashville shooting as justifiable homicide after a man shot and killed a burglar in his home.
The call came in around 5:30 a.m. Wednesday at a home on Radnor Street, located just off of Nolensville Pike. The shooting happened at the back side of the home.
Metro Nashville police say a 72-year-old Henry Schuster came home after eating breakfast to find a kitchen window screen lying on the floor along with several other items. According to investigators, he drew a pistol and began searching each room of the home.
Police say he encountered 27-year-old Taylor Lowery in a bathroom. Schuster told police he shot Lowery when he lunged at him and tried to grab for the gun. Neighbors like Adam Troy had no idea the shooting even happened....
Schuster ran outside and called 911. Lowery was rushed to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he died.
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The president of a Las Vegas motorsports company was the man involved in a shootout last week that left the attacking gunman dead, according to a statement from the company.
Baldwin Motorsports said in a press release that president BJ Baldwin was eating dinner with his girlfriend in their car near Tropicana Avenue and Fort Apache Road around 2 a.m. Wednesday, April 22.
They were approached by two men, one of whom pointed a gun at Baldwin's girlfriend and began to fire, the statement reads. The girlfriend took cover and the gunman turned his attention to Baldwin....
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Lt. Ray Spencer said last week there were at least 15 rounds fired, and investigators believed the man in the car acted in self-defense.
Friday, April 10, 2020
Arlington Heights police on Sunday identified a 58-year-old Buffalo Grove man as the person shot to death during an apparent home invasion Saturday afternoon on the village's north side, and said his suspected accomplice is in their custody.Police called to the home in the 2400 block of North Evergreen Avenue found Larry D. Brodacz dead of a gunshot wound on the second floor. His death has been ruled a homicide, police said Sunday.
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
After the crash, the driver hopped out of the car with a pump shotgun.
He then reportedly aimed it at the officers and began firing at them.
After firing a couple of rounds, he then turned around and started to run away from officers.
During this time, a good Samaritan was walking down the street and spotted the guy running toward him with a shotgun.
That good Samaritan turned out to be a CCW holder and pulled out his gun to defend himself.
He fired one time at the suspect, making him fall to the ground.