Tuesday, January 18, 2011

NC: Store Clerk Kills One Robbery Suspect and Injures Another: "Police say a store clerk shot two robbery suspects in north Charlotte. One of the suspects is dead. Police say two men with guns tried to rob a Subway on W. Sugar Creek Road in north Charlotte Monday night. The clerk ended up shooting both suspects with his own gun. One suspect died at the scene and the other suspect showed up at a local hospital. Police are questioning two other people. The clerk is currently being interviewed at police headquarters."

MD: Intruder was shot after warning: "A New Carrollton man shot and killed a home invader Tuesday night as the intruder broke through the glass panes of the man's front door and reached through to unlock it, officials and law enforcement sources said. The 27-year-old resident, whom police did not identify because he is not charged with a crime, was standing in the doorway with a shotgun while the other man, apparently a stranger, tried to break in, police officials and law enforcement sources said.... the residents screamed at the intruder that he should leave as he continued to force his hand through the glass... By the time they arrived, Ellis said, the intruder was dead on the front porch, shot by the 27-year-old, who lived in the house with his parents. Police identified the man who was killed as Clyde Antwone Rosevelt Howard, 30."

GA: Policy change allows guns in cars on school property: "Savannah-Chatham Public Schools officials have reluctantly weakened their weapons policy in order to comply with a new Georgia law allowing gun owners to store guns in cars parked on school property. 'It's scary, but it's state law,' said David Fields, chief executive officer of the Savannah-Chatham Public School System. Employees of the state who are licensed gun owners can now store guns in privately owned vehicles they park on their employer's premises, as long as the weapon is locked in an enclosed compartment and out of sight."

Obama regime’s proposed gun regulation for border states meets with bipartisan dissent: "At least three Democrats in the Senate and several more in the House are voicing opposition to a proposed regulation from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives that would require about 8,500 gun dealers in four states -- California, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas -- to report gun sales of two or more high-powered rifles sold within five consecutive business days."

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