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    https://www.springfieldnewssun.com/n...30vpXyNXsAAgI/

    Richard Winegardner’s German Twp. property has been burglarized four times just since May — but the latest would end differently than all the others.

    Winegardner was taking a shower on Wednesday, when he heard a stranger in his house.He said he immediately grabbed his phone to call 9-1-1 and his gun, which was in a gym bag.In the 9-1-1 call requested by the Springfield-News Sun, Winegardner tries to juggle confronting the person in his house and giving the dispatcher needed information. “I’m being robbed right now!,” he yells.

    Winegardner said he held the man at gunpoint for as long he could — which caught the stranger off-guard.“(He) tried to talk me into believing he was a great guy and he wasn’t here to cause me any problems — which I found odd because he already broke into the house,” Winegardner told the News-Sun.

    Winegardner said at that point, the man had run out the door and tried to drive off in a gray SUV.He said he fired his gun five times at his car to try to shoot out a tire.The SUV was found across from the Upper Valley Mall shortly after the attempted burglary with the back windshield shot out, as well as bullet holes in the interior and on the bumper.The suspect, 38-year-old Jason Moak of Clark County, was found near the intersection of West First Street and Universal Drive and arrested.

    Winegardner said he was familiar with the vehicle that Moak was driving — but he had never seen the man before he was in Winegardner’s house. Winegardner lives in a very secluded area and has outfitted his entire property with game cameras after several other break-ins this year.“ I saw the car I had seen previously many times on surveillance,” Winegardner said. “It was the same vehicle that had been here twice last week.

    ”According to court documents, Moak did admit to German Twp. Police after his arrest on Wednesday that he got into Winegardner’s house through a crawl space which led to a trap door in the house. In past burglaries, a suspect entered the house in the same way. Moak has not been charged with any other burglaries at Winegardner’s property as of Thursday.A not guilty plea was entered for Moak on one count of burglary and his bond was set at $25,000. As of Thursday evening, Moak remained in the Clark County Jail
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    DA: Brooklyn Avenue shooting was self-defense; No charges to be filed
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    No charges will be filed in the July 3 shooting death of a Hendersonville man following an investigation’s conclusion the shooter acted in self-defense, District Attorney Greg Newman announced Friday.

    Family members of the victim, James Franklin Stepp III, are questioning the integrity of the investigation, however, and say they don’t believe the self-defense claim.

    Stepp, 48, was shot by Greg Carl Spinella at 706 Brooklyn Ave. at 6:15 p.m. following an altercation that was caught partly on video. Stepp’s family is calling for the release of the footage, but Newman said none would be released by his office.

    Stepp’s son, Jimmy, worked for Spinella at Spinella Trucking and Excavating Inc. and was fired the day of the incident after Spinella claimed Jimmy had damaged equipment, Newman said during a news conference Friday morning at the Henderson County Courthouse. Hendersonville Police Chief Herbert Blake also attended the news conference.

    The son was asked to leave the property, then returned and had a heated verbal exchange with Spinella, which led to his firing, according to Newman.

    Stepp then went to the business and confronted Spinella, Newman said. Stepp asked Spinella to give him his son’s paycheck immediately, Newman said. Newman said Stepp was not invited onto the property and Spinella did not know who Stepp was.

    The incident quickly escalated, and Stepp punched Spinella in the head “very forcefully,” which caused Spinella to fall to the ground facedown, according to Newman, adding that Stepp continued to punch Spinella in the head.

    A witness tried to break it up before getting tangled up and falling down, which allowed Spinella to turn enough to grab the pistol near the small of his back that he legally carried, Newman said.

    After grabbing his pistol, Spinella stuck the firearm into Stepp’s chest and fired “as many times as he could fire it,” Newman said.

    Three shots were fired, and the fatal shot hit Stepp in the pelvic region. Another went into his chest and out his arm, and a third grazed his leg.

    Stepp had one firearm in his vehicle and his son had two, according to Newman. Spinella was the only person to fire any shots.

    The son had gone outside during the altercation, and upon seeing his father shot, drove him to Pardee Hospital, Newman explained. Stepp was later pronounced dead at Mission Hospital.

    Spinella went to AdventHealth with head injuries.

    Newman said HPD conducted a thorough investigation, and the evidence included some video footage, witness statements and results from an autopsy HPD officers were in attendance for. North Carolina is on the side of Spinella in the incident, according to Newman.

    ″...the law supports what this man did. It is difficult, it is tragic, yes. This is not the way we want people to handle their disputes, but the facts are compelling that this is an act of self-defense, and for that reason I will not be submitting an indictment to the grand jury,” Newman said.

    Newman said the case would not win a conviction in court, and that he and HPD were “very much in agreement” about the results of the investigation.

    “I would not be in a position as district attorney to satisfy a jury beyond a reasonable doubt that this man was not acting in self-defense; I just would not be able to do that,” Newman said.

    Newman said the footage reviewed in the investigation was from a motion-activated camera and the entire altercation is not seen in the video. He said it is not a steady stream of video and does “jump around a little bit.” Under statute the video will not be released unless a court orders it, Newman said.

    Newman said the decision took three weeks because the police department had to be careful in its approach. Spinella did not give a statement right away, and some individuals had to be called back in for statements. Newman said Stepp’s son made two statements that were conflicting.

    “North Carolina law provides that all of our people have the right to defend themselves against aggressive behavior, especially if they feel that their life is in danger or they are in danger of great bodily injury,” Newman said.

    He expressed sympathy for Stepp’s family, and acknowledged their disapproval of the decision.

    “I understand there will be people sad about this, people upset with me about this, but my duty is to not put forward any case that shouldn’t go forward,” Newman said. “It is not pleasant. It is not easy. That’s just where we are with things. That is our decision. So this case will not be prosecuted against Mr. Spinella for what happened on July 3.”

    The situation should ideally have been handled differently and not escalated to what it did, Newman said.

    “If people owe people money, or owe them an apology or own them anything, there are ways to go about that, but to go and make demands and then to punch people may have horrible and tragic consequences, as it did in this case,” Newman said.

    Newman met with Stepp’s family before the news conference Friday morning.

    Stepp family demands SBI investigation, disapproves of decision

    Members of Stepp’s family stood outside the courthouse following the news conference to make a statement and express their outrage at the decision. More than a dozen people gathered across the street holding signs that read “Justice for Pup,” referring to Stepp’s nickname.

    The family contends that Stepp went onto the property to return a borrowed air compressor, not to demand a paycheck. An attorney for Stepp’s family also said Jimmy was told by Spinella to call his dad, and that Spinella had knowledge of who Stepp was.

    Travis Rector, a former Hendersonville police officer, was one of the two witnesses at the scene, and Stepp’s family said they consider it a conflict in the investigation.

    Kim Shepherd, Stepp’s sister, said her brother’s death has been devastating to the family. She believes there were conflicts involved in an “incomplete” investigation. The family is calling for the State Bureau of Investigation to look into the shooting.

    Shepherd briefly spoke to reporters alongside her parents, Shelia and James Stepp Jr., who were visibly upset at the decision. The family’s attorney, Monica Gillett, was also present.

    “While we respect self-defense, we understand there is such a thing as imperfect self-defense, and we believe true self-defense is for an innocent party, and this person was not an innocent party,” Gillett said. “This was somebody that provoked this.”

    Gillett claims Spinella had threatened to kill Jimmy earlier in the day, and that Spinella had made statements about his desire to be in a situation that resulted in gun shots being fired. She said these claims were not investigated.

    “He was looking for something to happen, and something did happen, and now he is trying to claim self-defense and getting away with murdering somebody,” Gillett said.

    She said the next step would be to ask the Sheriff’s Office to back an SBI investigation.

    The Sheriff’s Office had received no official requests as of 4 p.m. Friday, Sheriff Lowell Griffin said.

    “I have complete confidence in the Hendersonville Police Department and extreme confidence in our District Attorney Greg Newman to make competent decisions concerning these types of cases,” Griffin said.

    If the SBI did get involved, its investigation would also be brought to Newman for a decision on whether to bring charges.

    An online petition on Change.org titled “Justice for Jim ‘Pup’ Stepp” had nearly 1,500 signatures by 2 p.m. Friday. The petition says a jury should decide innocence or guilt and cites concerns about potential conflicts of interest in the case.
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    https://www.pennlive.com/news/2019/0...er-man-da.html

    No charges filed in fatal shooting of Lancaster man: DA
    By Jana Benscoter | jbenscoter@pennlive.comToday 5:34 PM

    The Lancaster County District Attorney’s office said an investigation shows a fatal shooting in April 2019 was done in self-defense and no charges will be filed.

    Prosecutors say Tony Torrellas was shot after entering his ex-girlfriend’s house in Lancaster. The woman’s boyfriend shot Torrellas, authorities said.

    The district attorney’s office said the state law known as the Castle Doctrine states “that deadly force can be used against an intruder, but it does not specify how deadly force should be administered.”

    “Our office reviewed all evidence gathered by the Lancaster city police to include: physical evidence from the scene, cellphone evidence from the parties involved, interview reports, an audio recording, and other information pertinent to the investigation,” the DA’s office said in a statement. “Our office applied the law pertinent to this case - specifically, the Castle Doctrine - and determined no charges should be filed.”

    Evidence showed that Torrellas’ ex-girlfriend didn’t invite him to her home on the 500 block of South Queen Street in Lancaster on April 27, the DA’s office said. Torrellas drove to her house following a heated text message exchange. He and his ex-girlfriend have a child together, prosecutors said.

    Torrellas then pushed his way into the home, even though he was warned he was going to get shot, the district attorney’s office said.

    When Torrellas didn’t listen to the warnings, the woman’s boyfriend shot him four times. He then called 911, according to Lancaster City Police.

    Police rendered aid until medics arrived, but Torrellas didn’t survive. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.

    Blood from the gunshot wounds was found inside the house. And the woman and her boyfriend consistently re-enacted the scene multiple times for law enforcement.

    "The reenactments were consistent and supported by physical evidence at the scene, including shell casings that showed the boyfriend fired from the staircase area and Torrellas’ blood which showed he was inside the home when he was shot,” the district attorney’s office said.

    Once investigators made a decision, they asked for some additional time to notify other relatives and friends of Torrellas’ family before the announcement was publicly made. Prosecutors didn’t disclose the names of the woman and her boyfriend.

    The Castle Doctrine states that a person can use deadly force if someone illegally enters or is present within a dwelling, residence or occupied vehicle, or when an individual has reason to believe that the unlawful entry or act is occurring.

    Both conditions were satisfied in this case, prosecutors said.
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    Police: Woodbine Resident Shoots, Kills Home Intruder


    A Woodbine resident shot and killed a man who was trying to get inside his home in the middle of the night, Howard County police said.

    The incident occurred at the14000 block of Carriage Mill Road just after 1 a.m. Sunday.

    According to police, the homeowner, Charles Dorsey, 56, of Woodbine, shot and killed Gerardo Alberto Espinoza, 46, of Chantilly, Virginia, as he was trying to get inside Dorsey’s home in the middle of the night.

    Espinoza, who was wearing no shirt or shoes, was reportedly banging on the front door of Dorsey’s residence.

    Police said Dorsey and his wife awoke and repeatedly shouted at the man to leave.

    As Espinoza tried to gain entry, the homeowner fired one shot, striking him.

    No one else was home at the time of the shooting and no one else was injured.

    The investigation is ongoing.
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    Man beating up his wife shot by teen stepson in Crosby, deputies say
    Aaron BarkerPosted: 11:49 AM, July 21, 2019
    Updated: 12:07 PM, July 21, 2019
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    Law enforcement vehicles are parked outside a home in Crosby, Texas, after a shooting July 21, 2019.
    CROSBY, Texas - A man who was assaulting his wife Sunday was shot by his teen stepson at a home in Crosby, deputies said.

    The shooting was reported about 2:20 a.m. at a home in the 1300 block of Tee Time Court.

    Harris County deputies said it appears the 17-year-old shot his stepfather, who was beating up the teen’s mother.

    The stepfather was flown to a hospital for treatment.

    It was not clear if the teen would face any charges in connection with the shooting.
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    Man shot by homeowner after attempted break-in appears in court
    Courtney AllenJul 21, 2019 / 06:08 PM MDT
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    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE)- A man who police said tried breaking into a home in the heights before getting shot by the homeowner appeared in court Sunday morning.

    Isaac Andujo is charged with felony residential burglary following the incident Friday. Police said neighbors heard screaming and three gunshots ringing from the home off of Indian School and Tramway around 5:30 a.m. and then called the police.

    According to the criminal complaint, Andujo broke through a window in the back of the house using a spray can. Police said while he continued to try to get into the home, the homeowner shot Andujo in the hip and continued pointing the gun at him until APD got on scene.

    Sunday, Andujo’s attorney argued that the prosecution failed to prove intent to commit a felony saying that Andujo was simply trying to get into the home to get a glass of water. The judge did not buy it.

    “While his words say one thing, his actions say another,” Judge Brittany Maldonado Malott said. “The fact that he broke through a window to get into the residence, I think a jury could determine that he had intent to commit a felony.”

    Andujo was released Sunday morning. The judge said a preventative detention measure was not filed.

    Andujo’s next hearing is set for September 10.
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    https://www.wwltv.com/article/news/c...1-11bdcce29243

    NOPD: Would-be carjacking victim shoots armed robber
    Police say a man was shot twice Friday night by the man he was attempting to carjack in New Orleans East.

    NEW ORLEANS — One second, a gun is in his face and a man is demanding he give up his car.

    The next second, a would-be victim of yet another carjacking in New Orleans takes a chance. He reaches for his own gun, turns and puts two rounds into the attempted robber. Bleeding, the unknown suspect runs off in the night.

    That's what New Orleans Police Department officials say happened on Friday around 9:15 p.m. in New Orleans East, at the 7600 block of Forum Boulevard near Paris Road.

    Instead of becoming the latest vehicle robbery of the hundreds under investigation in the Crescent City this year, initial NOPD reports show the attempt was foiled after the suspect was shot by the man he was attempting to steal from.

    According to those NOPD reports, a 35-year-old man was sitting in his car when an unidentified man approached him, gun-in-hand, and told him get out -- instead of complying, though, the driver grabbed a gun in his possession and shot the suspect.

    The police were called to the scene and an investigation into the armed robbery with a gun was opened. The unidentified robber was still at large as of Saturday night.

    The identity of the would-be victim and whether or not his gun was properly registered was not immediately known, and no other information was immediately available.

    Officials ask anyone with information about crimes in the metro area call Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.
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    Canton homeowner fatally shoots man during home invasion

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    A Canton couple told police they awakened to being pistol-whipped and then the homeowner grabbed his own gun and killed one of the would-be robbers.

    CANTON A northwest Canton couple awoke about 2 a.m. Monday to two masked men pistol-whipping them in a home-invasion robbery attempt — until the homeowner pulled the trigger of his own gun multiple times.

    Canton police say one of the robbers was fatally shot, driven to an area hospital by “an unidentified third party,” as police continued searching for the other robber later Tuesday morning.

    Nicholas A. Hug, 24, of 1815 Trinity Pl. NW, was pronounced dead at 2:10 a.m. Monday at Aultman Hospital, according to a news release from the Canton Police Department.

    Police Capt. Dave Davis said a couple who live in the 2600 block of Second Street NW was asleep when they were awakened by two men striking them with guns, one weapon being a rifle Hug was using. Davis said the victims did not know the men.

    At some point during the attack, the robbers left the bedroom and went downstairs in search of money, detectives believe. But by the time they headed back up the stairway, the homeowner retrieved his own pistol.

    He opened fire on them, shooting Hug several times, Davis said.

    As the other robber fled the scene, Hug was taken by another person in a silver Cadillac to the hospital where he was then pronounced dead.

    The homeowner told the officers someone broke into his house a week before. Details of that incident were not available.

    Davis said detectives did not yet know whether the two incidents are related.

    No one else has been charged in the robbery.

    “We are still investigating at this point,” Davis said, adding police are reviewing private surveillance video from homes in the area.

    Stark County court records show Hug went to prison last year for improperly handling weapons in a motor vehicle, having weapons under disability and obstructing official business. The court records also show he went to prison in 2015 for carrying a concealed weapon, driving under suspension, failure to comply with police, two counts of felony obstructing official business and three counts of receiving stolen property.

    Davis asked anyone with information as to the robber’s whereabouts call detectives at 330-489-3144 or leave a tip on the city’s Tip411 line by texting the word “canton” and the tip to 847411. The tipline can also be found online at www.cantonohio.gov/police.
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    Homeowner Fires Warning Shot at Intruder to New Hampshire Home

    Michael Thompson said he awoke to find the intruder inside his D'Amours Avenue home

    A New Hampshire man who woke up to find a burglar inside his Rochester home early Monday morning is recalling how he fired a warning shot at the intruder.

    Michael Thompson told NBC10 Boston he has only used his gun for target practice, but when someone broke into his D'Amours Avenue home at about 3 a.m., he was certainly glad he had something to protect his family.
    "I keep it under my mattress on the side of the bed I sleep on," he said.
    Thompson said he woke up to a strange noise.

    "I heard a scratching coming from our living room and I thought it was our cats," Thompson said.
    When he noticed a light on at the end of the hallway, he knew it wasn't his cats.
    "I grabbed my gun and went down the hallway as quietly as I could until I saw the guy," he said.

    A stranger was there, standing in his living room.
    "That's when I just shot and he ducked," Thompson recalled.
    Thompson's girlfriend Breana Hillsgrove woke up to the commotion.

    "I was freaking out," she said. "When I saw the gun hole it took me back."
    The couple said the intruder took off running and they called police.
    "That's the risk you take breaking into somebody’s house," Rochester Police Capt. Todd Pinkham said.

    Pinkham said the intruder is lucky he wasn't killed.
    "Somebody can use deadly force to protect themselves, a third person, from anyone breaking in or harming them," Pinkham explained.
    He added that it does depend on the circumstances.

    The homeowners say the man broke in through an open window that they now realize was an open invitation.
    "I think ours might've been slightly cracked, which is why he chose that point of entry," Hillsgrove said.
    They say it was a lesson learned the hard way.

    "Lock your doors, make sure your windows are closed all the way," Thompson said.
    The couple says they did not recognize the man and have no idea what he could've been looking for.
    Police said a K9 track turned up nothing so the suspect is still on the loose.
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    Robber shot dead during Phoenix home invasion

    Durban - A Phoenix resident shot dead a robber during a hold up at his home on Longcroft Drive on Tuesday.

    It is alleged that in recent months a gang of robbers have been conducting a reign of terror in Phoenix by holding up homeowners and their families in the early hours of the morning said Marlan Naidoo a spokesman for a private security company, GBH Security and Training who had responded to the robbery.

    Naidoo alleged that one of the robbers wore a jacket that had been taken from a previous house robbery in Phoenix.

    Police spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala said is that at 2.20 am the family members were asleep in their house when four men brandishing firearms entered the premises.

    "The owner took cover and managed to take his firearm. A shoot-out ensued and one suspect sustained gunshot wounds to the body. He was declared dead at the scene. An unlicensed revolver was found next to the body of the deceased suspect," Gwala said.



    Charges of robbery, attempted murder and an inquest are being investigated by Phoenix SAPS.

    The Longcroft incident took place approximately 220 meters from the Phoenix police station.

    "This is definitely the same syndicate conducting a spate of robberies in the area," Deodutt said.

    On July 11, six men held up a family in Starwood at 4.30 am. They tied up the family and robbed them of household goods and took the homeowners vehicle. A day later a family were held up in Redberry Park at 4.45 am. Police said that a family member heard noise and went to investigate. Upon investigation, he was confronted by two armed men who robbed them of cash, jewellery, cellphones and fled with the complainant's vehicle.

    Jonathan Annipen an eThekwini councillor with the Minority Front and a Phoenix resident said crime was a daily occurrence and the fact that the police were under-resourced in terms of manpower and vehicles made it difficult for visible policing.

    "The community policing forums and crime Watch groups are limited in what they can do and so you get this kind of reaction from the homeowner who is trying to protect his family," he said.

    Annipen said Phoenix was not a wealthy community and any sort of attack on peoples livelihood will not be tolerated.

    "It is a stark reality and a clear indication of the poor functionality of our judicial system and its ability to pronounce appropriate judgement on perpetrators who are often repeat offenders in such crimes. This is further exacerbated by the ill-performance of the SAPS in so far as swiftly apprehending criminals, collating evidence which would guarantee definite prosecutions and ultimately prevent re-occurrence of similar crimes," Annipen said.

    Umesh Singh, Phoenix Community Policing Forum chairperson, said crime is on the increase everywhere but we he noticed was the time for robberies has changed to the early hours of morning.

    "Maybe the robbers fell like this because its winter and people are sound asleep. They certainly had a rude awakening at this home. I advise people to be on the look out and arm their alarms systems even at night when your at home. The alarms will pick up on intruders,"Singh said.
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