Wednesday, August 17, 2016

MO: Woman Shoots man in Confrontation at her Home

According to police, the woman pulled up to her home and was confronted by a stranger.

“This initially began in her driveway, she was in her car, the person, the deceased, approached her there and then there was some type of confrontation. She ran in to the house and he followed her,” said Roy Joachimstaler, Chief of Police for the O'Fallon Police Department.

Police said the woman then fired multiple rounds, killing the man.

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Anonymous said...

I have seen a lot of women that could go bear hunting with a switch. gender has nothing to do with self defense.

Anonymous said...

I have seen a 5 foot 2 inch woman throw a 6 foot 6 inch 300 pound man 25 feet without mussing her hair. some people you just do not touch. the same man had four guys hold a board over his head. he turned upside down without touching any of the men and broke the board with his foot. another guy crumbled a solid concrete block with his hand. Hitting can be just as deadly as a gun. anyone that can use their hands and feet like that is not required to keep their hands in a holster. their hands are registered as deadly weapons if their training is recorded. some peoples training is never recorded. Mine was never recorded. There is no reason to register guns except to have a list for collection. they can not take your hands and feet. there just is not time to take a picture of the look on their face as they die from unregistered hands or from their own guns.