Sunday, January 02, 2011

OK: Woman shoots, kills man after dispute: "When deputies arrived they found a male subject laying on the floor with a gunshot wound to the head and a female subject laying across his body with a knife wound to her throat. The male subject was pronounced dead at the scene. The female subject was treated at the scene by EMS and is in fair condition. After investigators arrived it was determined that both parties had been drinking all night for the New Year. An argument between the male and female involving a gun and knife took place. Lt. Charles Redfern with the Creek County Sheriff's Office said the woman was too intoxicated when police arrived to give a statement. Past records show that deputies have been called to the residence in the past over domestic disputes between the two parties."

OK: Homeowner Shoots Burglar: "A homeowner in Owasso shot a burglar this morning who was trying to break in to his house. In a report sent to, Owasso police said around 4:30 Friday morning they were called to the 9300 block of East 93rd street north for the shooting. 21-year-old Cody Hurst was shot twice by the homeowner and was taken to a local hospital."

FL: Music Dispute Between Neighbors Turns Violent: "Police said a husband and wife, fed up with their neighbors loud music, walked next door to confront the crowd. That's when the husband, armed with a gun, opened fire in what his family calls self-defense. "Someone was coming at his wife with a broken bottle and he did what he had to do. I would do the same thing," said Tomasa Carrasco, the shooter's sister. Carrasco's brother shot the alleged male attacker in the stomach. She said it began Friday night with several peaceful attempts to get the new years party to quiet down. After 12 hours of partying, gunfire silenced the crowd. The male victim was in critical condition at Memorial Regional hospital Saturday night. The shooter and his wife were taken in for questioning." The shooter's family said he has a permit to carry a concealed weapon."

CA: Ammo controls too tight: "Last year, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Assembly Bill 962, making it a crime to deliver handgun ammunition if the transaction is not done face-to-face, and if the driver fails to determine, through government identification, whether the recipient is legally authorized to receive the ammo. This is a back door effort by the anti-gun lobby to stop private ownership of guns.”

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