Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Followup IL: Woman who Shot Burglary Suspect did not have FOID

The owner of the home, Alonha Mack, has been arrested in connection to the shooting.

Rockford Police say Mack is a convicted felon and does not possess a valid FOID card. She fired off at least one shot at the victim, who the Winnebago County Coroner identified as 13 year old Gaillen Baker. Mack is now facing Unlawful Use of A Weapon charge and is being held in the Winnebago County Jail on $100,000 bond.

Police say the investigation is still on going
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Anonymous said...

Felons are humans, and deserve the Right of self-protection, too.

Anonymous said...

I think the law is just completely wrong. You get convicted and serve your time, that is the end of your punishment. You still have to live in a dangerous society and have the right to defend yourself. Remember the second amendment nor the constitution define what a weapon is. Anything a person can pick up can be a weapon so why limit the use of guns. there is no way to limit the attacker's choice of weapon. Sam Colt made every body equal. the attackers never do a back ground check on their victims.