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    A Pa example.


    https://www.wgal.com/article/york-co...-home/28103670

    WEST MANCHESTER TWP., Pa. —
    A York County man fought off an intruder who broke into his home early Wednesday morning, according to police.

    West Manchester Township police said the suspect, 22-year-old Zachary Lomenzo, is now facing charges that include burglary and criminal trespass.

    Lomenzo broke a kitchen window to get into the the home in the 1500 block of East Berlin Road, police said, and was confronted by the homeowner.

    The homeowner said he fired a warning shot, then fought with Lomenzo. Lomenzo was knocked through a window, and the homeowner restrained him until police arrived.

    The homeowner suffered a cut to the hand that required more than 20 stitches, he said.
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    https://www.lcsun-news.com/story/new...co/1499987001/

    Lawyer: Business owner who fatally shot man in domestic dispute acted in self-defense
    A 28-year-old man was found dead at the corner of San Pedro Street and Lohman Avenue on Saturday, June 16, 2019.
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    LAS CRUCES - A Las Cruces business owner who intervened in a domestic situation and fatally shot the man involved did so in self-defense, a lawyer said Wednesday.

    C. J. McElhinney, who represents the as-yet-unnamed business owner, reports his client killed Nathan Froseth, 28, after observing Froseth attack a woman and then try to attack his client.

    The incidents happened in the early morning hours Saturday on San Pedro Street, near the Lohman Avenue intersection.

    A neighbor who witnessed the incident confirmed a domestic dispute preceded the shooting.

    The Las Cruces Police Department has yet to release any information besides the fact that a 28-year-old man was found dead near the near the intersection of Lohman and San Pedro on Saturday.

    McElhinney describes his client as a "41-year-old male and native of Las Cruces, owner of a small business, and father of two daughters." His client is cooperating with police in the investigation, he said.

    The client has yet to be charged with a crime.

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    The incident

    Just before 5 a.m. Saturday, residents who live in the San Pedro-Lohman area heard yelling and screaming outside their homes.

    "I heard her scream like, 'get off me,' or 'leave me alone,' so I jumped up and ran out of my room. I ran to the other side of the house," said Irene Northrup, who lives on San Pedro Street. She peeked out of her window, but didn't see anything.

    "So I'm like, 'maybe they did leave,' so as I'm closing my window you hear her scream, 'get off of me,'" she said.

    McElhinney said his client also heard a woman screaming for help and saw what he believed to be a physical assault.

    When his client exited his house and "inquired as to what was occurring," Froseth "charged from the north side of Lohman Avenue towards the citizen in an aggressive manner," McElhinney reported in a news release. McElhinney uses the word "citizen" to describe his client.

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    Nathan Froseth (Photo: Doña Ana County Detention Center)

    McElhinney said his client warned Froseth that he was armed and displayed the firearm. That didn't stop Froseth from advancing toward his client and challenging him to a fight.

    His client kicked Froseth, which knocked him back. But Froseth continued his attempted assault, McElhinney said.

    "Fearing for his life, particularly fearing that if Froseth was able to wrestle the firearm away from him he could be shot and killed as well as the female that had been screaming for help, the citizen shot from within a few feet and struck Froseth multiple times to end the attack," McElhinney reported.

    Northrup said she exited her house and saw the two men arguing and then witnessed the fatal shooting.

    "I see the flash from the gun and I took off running back into the house," she said. "By the second gunshot I was up to my carport. I got inside and I heard the last gunshot and I heard the girl scream."

    Northrup said she heard six gunshots.

    She said she went back outside and saw the woman "on her knees with her dog … screaming, 'please, call the cops, they shot him.'"

    Northrup, who didn't know the shooter, said she saw him running away.

    A 28-year-old man was found dead at the corner of San Pedro Street and Lohman Avenue on Saturday, June 16, 2019.
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    The following day, McElhinney said his client gave a statement to investigators and turned over the firearm he used.

    "The citizen deeply regrets the loss of Mr. Froseth’s life and expresses condolences to his friends and family, but that he had no other choice but to defend his life," McElhinney reports.

    McElhinney asks anyone with information regarding the case to contact his law firm at 575-288-1989. Those with information can also contact police at 575-526-0795.

    Prior domestic violence cases

    Froseth has twice been charged with domestic violence, once in 2018 and again in March 2019.

    The 2018 case was dismissed in June. In the 2019 case, Froseth is accused of a misdemeanor charge of battery against a household member.

    McElhinney alleges the woman involved in Saturday's incident was the alleged victim in both of the prior cases.
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    https://abc7chicago.com/off-duty-cop...-park/5353166/

    Off-duty Chicago police officer exchanges gunfire with robbery suspect in Morgan Park

    CHICAGO (WLS) -- An off-duty Chicago police officer exchanged gunfire with a robbery suspect in the Morgan Park neighborhood on the South Side Wednesday morning, police said.

    The incident occurred in the 10700-block of South Morgan Street at about 8:03 a.m., police said.

    A woman was getting into her vehicle when a white SUV pulled up and someone said, "give us whatever you have," police said. The woman ran back into her house for help and an off-duty police officer intervened.

    The suspect fired a single gun shot at the officer, who returned fire with a single gunshot, police said. No one was hit or injured.
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    https://www.hudsonvalley360.com/arti...d-not-guilty-0

    Morshed found not guilty | Hudson Valley 360
    HUDSON — A Columbia County jury Wednesday found Mohammed Morshed not guilty of felony murder in the shooting death of a Philmont teen.

    Morshed, 28, of Hudson, was accused of killing of 19-year-old Inderly Instinfil on June 17, 2018 at 20 Fairview Ave. He was charged with second-degree murder, a class A-1 felony.

    The seven-man, five-woman jury deliberated for about two-and-a-half days before reaching their verdict. Over the course of the deliberations, jurors asked for replays of a 911 call just after the shooting. They also asked the judge to repeat the definition for justification of self-defense under the law. Jurors were asked to consider a lesser charge of second-degree manslaughter as an alternative to the murder charge. They returned a not-guilty verdict on each charge.

    With his acquittal, Morshed will be free to return home, his attorney, Justin DeArmas said. Morshed has been held without bail since his arrest a year ago in 2018.

    “This is the case where the defendant’s use of deadly force was justified,” DeArmas said outside the courthouse. “I was confident of that the moment I met Mohammed.”

    The verdict was met with sobs and screams from Instinfil’s family who had sat through the week-and-a-half trial.

    The defense argued throughout the trial that Morshed acted in self-defense after Instinfil attacked him with a tire iron in Morshed’s home following a verbal altercation.

    Meanwhile, the prosecution argued that Morshed was the initial aggressor, who was seen brandishing a gun out on the street before firing it inside his home. Assistant District Attorney Ryan Carty also argued that Instinfil had his back turned when he was shot.

    Morshed’s younger brother, Shiram Alam, saw the fight on the street and ran downstairs. The fight allegedly started after Morshed and his neighbor, Ronald Coyote, began arguing over landlord-tenant issues. Coyote’s family rented the upstairs apartment at 20 Fairview Ave. from Morshed’s family. As Morshed ran into the house, Alam testified, he closed the door behind him. That’s when Instinfil burst into the house, Morshed said.

    Outside the house, Ronaldo Coyote, a friend of Instinfil, testified that he warned Instinfil not to chase after Morshed.

    Morshed testified he kept the illegal gun he fired at Instinfil in the closet. He testified that he took it out just before Instinfil charged at him with a crowbar. Before he knew it, the gun went off, Morshed testified.

    The gun was not registered to Morshed, but another Columbia County man. Morshed also had no pistol permit or license to own a gun, Hudson Police Det. Nicolas Pierro testified last Thursday.

    Before he fired the gun, Morshed said that Instinfil swung the crowbar in the hallway, missing his skull and instead hitting his arm. Morshed did not receive medical treatment for the injury.

    “I was afraid for my life,” Morshed testified last week. Morshed said he also felt outnumbered by Instinfil’s two friends, who were outside.

    After the shooting, Instinfil ran out of the house, across the street and jumped into a taxi that took him to Columbia Memorial Hospital where he died.

    Police found the weapon three days later, hidden in the floor of the basement. Morshed was arrested a day after the shooting after being apprehended in a Kingston motel.

    Instinfil’s mother, Rose, testified that her son went to the house to drop off money to Morshed’s upstairs neighbor.

    Instinfil was set to graduate from Hudson High School about a week after his death.
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    https://www.fox10tv.com/news/man-say...f87231d70.html

    Man says he pulled gun in road rage incident to protect pregnant girlfriend

    Hal Scheurich Updated 2 hrs ago | Posted on Jun 18, 2019 0
    Fairhope Police are still looking for a man involved in a road rage incident Monday, June 17, 2019 on Greeno Road.

    Police said he kicked in the windshield of a car while standing on the hood. That’s when an occupant of that car pulled a gun, ultimately ending the confrontation.

    The incident was caught on camera by a witness. Twenty-three-year-old Maurice Mayo pulled the gun, saying he was afraid for his pregnant girlfriend.

    Mayo and his girlfriend were on their way to a doctor’s appointment where they were to find out if they were going to have a boy or a girl when all of this happened. He said it all started when his girlfriend, who was driving, complained about another driver in a red car riding her bumper. Mayo said this went on for two or three minutes before they had room to move over.

    “When our cars were like parallel, like the person he was with and himself, they were flicking us off and like hanging out the window and screaming…a whole bunch of reckless stuff,” Mayo recalled.

    Mayo said the red car then suddenly stopped, forcing his pregnant girlfriend to slam on the brakes. Mayo said it all came to a boil at a stop light when he jumped out of his car and began screaming insults back. That’s when one of the occupants got out of the red car and jumped onto his girlfriend’s hood, kicking in the windshield.

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    Maurice Mayo pulls gun after other driver smashes his windshield
    Up to this point, Mayo said he’d left his gun in the car, but then became scared for his girlfriend and his unborn child’s safety.

    “I noticed that he had mace in his hand and he was kind of like spitting or foaming at the mouth. I kind of like thought he was on some kind of drugs, so when I noticed that, I grabbed my firearm and I began to, you know, create distance between us because I didn’t want to get maced and I didn’t want to be in a situation where I had to hit him or like cause any type of harm to him,” explained Mayo.

    Fairhope Police said that Mayo did get out of his car first and that he wasn’t licensed to carry a concealed firearm. Mayo said he misunderstood the law, saying his gun wasn’t loaded at the time and was only reachable from the back seat, while his loaded clip was sealed in a compartment in front of the car.

    Mayo considers himself a victim, but said he spent the afternoon at the Fairhope Police Department instead of with his girlfriend.

    “I just hope justice gets served. I want my firearm back, but I’m like going to take a different approach to things,” Mayo said. “I’m going to go get my permit first and then I’ll pursue getting another firearm.”

    The couple is still shaken up over the incident and thankful things didn’t turnout worse. And by the way…they’re having a girl. If you know who the other man involved is, call Fairhope Police. They’re still looking for him.
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    More on post 2431 that occurred in York Pa.

    https://www.ydr.com/story/news/2019/...on/1505784001/
    Kids thought 'daddy was dead' in early morning home invasion
    Shelly StallsmithUpdated 7:18 p.m. ET June 19, 2019

    In this edition of the Weekly Crime Wrap-Up, reporter Ted Czech highlights an adult-sized temper tantrum, a dedicated cat lover and a highway pee-er. Ted Czech and Cameron Clark, York Daily Record

    Sound of broken glass alerted family


    Trevor and Alyssa Taylor were sleeping just before 3:45 a.m. Wednesday when they heard the sound of breaking glass coming from the first floor of their house in West Manchester Township.

    Alyssa called 911 and Trevor grabbed his handgun and headed downstairs.

    “I fired a warning shot and told whoever was down there not to come in my house,” Trevor said Wednesday afternoon.

    When he came downstairs, Trevor found Zachary Lomenzo lying on the kitchen floor, not far from a broken window, according to a police statement. Police said Trevor pointed his gun at Lomenzo and told him to get out of the house. When he stood, Trevor, a man well-muscled through years of working with construction material, pushed him back through the broken window and told him to stay still.

    While this was going on, Alyssa had locked their children, ages 10, 7 and 1½ years, inside the room of their youngest daughter.

    “They heard the shot, and they thought their daddy was dead,” Alyssa said as she held their youngest daughter. “I thought my husband was dead.”

    Drops of blood cover the floor at a home in the 1500 block of East Berlin Road, West Manchester Twp. after a home invasion on Wednesday, June 19, 2019.
    Drops of blood cover the floor at a home in the 1500 block of East Berlin Road, West Manchester Twp. after a home invasion on Wednesday, June 19, 2019. (Photo: Submitted)

    The older kids left the house for the day, and now they don’t want to come home, Alyssa said.

    “They are scared.”

    Even with a gun pointed at him, Lomenzo didn’t listen and tried to re-enter the house through the window.

    More: Some Pa. DUI cases could be thrown out after sobriety checkpoints examined by court

    More: York City Police detective chases down suspect after witnessing theft

    Trevor repeatedly punched him through the shards of glass remaining in the window frame. Pictures show a kitchen floor covered in drops of blood, from the intruder, and from a gash that went to the tendon on Trevor’s right hand that took nearly 20 stitches to close.

    Trevor finally knocked Lomenzo to the floor of the porch, where he held him until police arrived. Both men were transported to the hospital for treatment.

    “It’s all cleaned up now,” Trevor said of the new porch window and the special crew that worked to get ride of the blood.

    “[Blood] was on the floor, it was on my kitchen cabinets,” Alyssa said.

    Zachary Lomenzo
    Zachary Lomenzo (Photo: Submitted)

    After treatment, Lomenzo was arraigned on charges of burglary, criminal trespass, defiant trespass and criminal mischief. He is being held on $150,000 bail, police said.

    “This all started when he wrecked his car,” Trevor said. “We just happened to be the first house he came to.”

    He said he doesn’t know of any connection Lomenzo has to their house, where they have lived for nearly seven years.

    “I could have shot him,” Trevor said quietly. “Police told me I would have been within my rights. But I didn’t know his intent. Sometimes you have to refrain yourself from taking a life.”

    Trevor said he had him contained, and despite what people are saying about it on social media, he feels like he made the right decision.

    “People don’t understand what they would do until they are in that situation,” he said.
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    Busy day..... story #12


    https://www.dailytrib.com/2019/06/19...esidents-help/

    Wanted man caught after 7-hour search, residents’ help
    Posted on 19 June 2019. Tags: crime
    FROM STAFF REPORTS


    With the combined efforts of residents and Burnet County Sheriff’s Office deputies, a suspect was found after chases by vehicle and foot and a search that lasted seven hours from the first day into the next morning.

    The suspect was then held at gunpoint until law enforcement arrived by a resident who found him in a creekbed on his property the day after the search began.

    At about 2:40 PM on June 18, Burnet County Sheriff’s deputies attempted to stop a vehicle on Park Road 4 driven by Benjamin Becker, 40, of Round Mountain, who was wanted on a parole revocation warrant. The man led officers on a vehicle pursuit that ended at Hoover Valley Country Store. Becker then fled on foot into the terrain behind the store.

    Deputies located him with the help of a K-9 officer and Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter.

    Burnet County Communications activated the reverse 911 system to notify residents of the suspect’s description and last known location.

    The search continued until about 9:30 PM that night when authorities decided that Becker had injured himself and would most likely seek medical attention.

    At about 8:15 AM on June 19, the sheriff’s office received a call from Camp Longhorn. The caller, according to the reports, stated Becker asked to use a phone at the camp. He left the area on foot before deputies could arrive.

    The sheriff’s office again used the reverse 911 system, and, at 9:08 AM the Burnet County Communications received a 911 call from a resident on County Road 143 who said he located Becker lying in a creekbed on his property. The caller said he was holding Becker at gunpoint and had received the reverse 911 alert.

    Becker was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Burnet County Jail. As of June 19, Becker remained in jail on a parole violation charge.

    “The reverse 911 system allowed us to quickly get information out to the public in the area of this incident,” BCSO Captain Chris Jett wrote in the media release. “The arrest of this suspect was the result of alert citizens making phone calls based upon the information that they had received.”

    Residents can sign up for the alert system at warncentraltexas.org.
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    https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/...pson-in-warren

    Woman shoots at gunmen who tried to ambush, rob stepson in Warren
    4 men arrested

    WARREN, Mich. - When four people tried to ambush and rob a man in Warren, his stepmother fired a shot at the men.

    Four people have been arrested in connection with the robbery attempt that led to a police chase and a crash, officials said.

    A 17-year-old boy turned himself in Wednesday morning after police had arrested three other people, according to authorities.

    A man told police he was ambushed and nearly shot and killed by the suspects. Local 4 is protecting his identity.

    "I noticed the driver had a gun in his lap, and they all had masks on," he said.

    He said he was getting ready for work on Prospect Avenue early Wednesday morning and walked to the corner for a pack of cigarettes.

    A car with four people drove up. Someone inside asked him for a light and he noticed one of them had a gun, according to police.

    "The other guy was, like, 'Just go ahead and shoot him. Go ahead and shoot him,'" the man said. "Luckily, I made it in the house."

    He said he ran back home, yelling to his stepmother that he was being robbed. She is a CPL holder and fired a shot into the air, police said.

    The men in the car returned fire and took off, authorities said. Warren police gave chase and caught three of the men.

    The 17-year-old was escorted by his father when he turned himself in, police said.

    Local 4 spoke with the stepmother who fired a shot.

    "You're running toward me, my property with a gun," she said. "What am I supposed to do? OK? Come on now."

    Police said the woman is not under investigation for firing a shot. The four men are likely to be charged with attempted murder Wednesday or Thursday, according to authorities.


    Warren police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said he's seeing a trend of younger people involved in crime. He said he didn't like the fact that the stepmother fired a shot in the case.
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    https://kimatv.com/news/local/suspec...ling-pasco-man

    Suspect released from jail; won't face charges for killing Pasco man

    KLICKITAT COUNTY, Wash. -- The man who was arrested for the shooting death of Pasco business man, John Roger Swigart, has been released from jail and will not face charges at this time.

    Action News has learned that the Klickitat Prosecuting attorney has decided not to charge Mark L. Allen with a crime after he confessed to shooting Roger Swigart in self-defense.

    In a statement to KEPR, Allen's defense attorney, Chris Lanz, said, "I am happy to see the right decision was made. It is a tragic situation that someone lost their life. My client had reason to believe he would die if he had not acted the way that he did."

    According to court documents, Swigart and Allen had been fighting for years in a property dispute.

    Janeece Smith, Swigart's partner, tells Action News that there was no property dispute. She said Allen was upset that Swigart had access to a local road, and Allen didn't have that same access.

    On June 16th, investigators say Swigart and Allen almost crashed into one another on Jensen Quarry Road.

    Eye witnesses say they saw both men exit their vehicles after the near collision and began to physically fight with one another.

    Allen told authorities that Swigart was choking him. Allen told investigators he heard Swigart say he was going to kill him while he clamped down on Allen's neck.

    Allen says he reached for his .40 caliber pistol in his truck and fired a shot over his shoulder, striking Swigart in the head.

    According to court documents, Allen left Swigart bleeding on the ground to call the sheriff.

    Court documents state that Swigart was dead when authorities arrived. The investigation also showed that Allen suffered a bloody nose and had marks around his neck.

    Deputies detained Allen and placed him in the Klickitat County Jail on an investigative hold. His attorney tells Action News that this is a simple case of self defense.

    Allen is scheduled to go before a judge Wednesday afternoon.
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    This thread is primarily for instances of self defense. Every now and then I like to include a story of someone who had a bad experience that led to an aha moment “This is why people carry guns, I see the point now”.

    In this story a woman woke up to some guy rubbing her feet. Creepy and shows why you should lock your doors and have a firearm in case of trouble.

    https://www.13abc.com/content/news/P...511493601.html

    Police: Toledo man enters woman's home, rubs her feet while she sleeps
    Michael BrattonTue 11:11 PM, Jun 18, 2019

    TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - It was a scary way to wake up for one Toledo woman.


    "I started screaming, 'What are you doing in my house? How did you even get in here? What are you doing?,'" said the woman who didn't want to be identified.

    The 30-year-old says she was sound asleep early Tuesday morning at her Durango Street home when she opened her eyes to find a man rubbing her feet.

    "He tried to force himself on me, and I was able to start screaming and push him off and he took off running," said the woman.

    Police identified the man as 38-year-old Tito Cunningham. Officers arrested him on burglary charges and booked him in the Lucas County Jail.

    "He said that he 'liked me' and that if I told anybody he would 'get me,'" the woman said of confronting Cunningham.

    The woman says she knew Cunningham because he lived in a group home across the street. She says he likely got in to her house through an unlocked back door.

    "Your home is supposed to be where you feel the safest, and I don't feel safe in my home right now and he took that from me," said the woman.

    Reports show Cunningham told officers he was looking for cigarettes, but the woman says they were nowhere near her room.

    "My cigarettes are in my kitchen—like my backdoor is right outside kitchen—so if that's what he was doing then there was no reason to be in my bedroom touching my feet," said the woman.

    Now shaken up after the scary encounter the woman hopes people take her advice and lock their doors to prevent incidents like hers.

    "Double check and triple check, always," said the woman. "Even if you're sure you did—get up and do it again."

    That woman tells 13abc she's installing a security system and also plans to get a concealed carry permit.

    Cunningham is set to face a judge Wednesday morning.
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