Monday, June 25, 2007

Louisiana burglar shot: "A morning robbery turned into a shooting in Crowley. Police say it happened at about 9:30 Friday morning when someone tried to rob a house on the 300 block of Ross Avenue. Cops say when the homeowners realized the house was being robbed; they tried to fight off the burglar. When that didn't work he shot him. Police say they've turned over their report to the district attorney, but don't think the homeowner will face charges."

ID: Deja vu all over again At Red's: "Red's Trading Post owner Ryan Horsley says agents from the BATFE paid him another visit yesterday. Agents last visited the store on May 23rd. That visit resulted in the alleged discovery of three paperwork infractions. Horsley said this visit was more of the same. During the May 23rd visit a Red's employee transcribed alleged comments of one agent. Horsley says supervisor Lori Young told the employee that they would 'be back again and again.' The latest inspection by the BATFE comes on the heels of last week's showing of the anti BATFE documentary, 'The Gang.'"

North Carolina: Intruder shot: "An intruder was shot early today after entering a home at 327 Vickery Drive in northeast Charlotte, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police. Investigators say a burglary suspect, whose name was not released, was taken to Carolinas Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. The man was shot after he forced his way into the home on Vickery Drive shortly after 2 a.m., investigators say. Charges have not yet been filed in the case, officials said."

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