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    Default Re: Armed citizens making a difference thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by internet troll View Post
    This thread is mainly for example of people who used a gun in self defense in some way or another. One of the goals of this thread though, is to get people thinking about the need for self defense by showing that a lot of instances of people defending themselves do occur. But I think articles where a person did not have a firearm and wished they did are important in the goal of this thread. This woman was attacked while jogging. She is now buying a gun and taking self defense classes.
    This is a great thread. Thank you for taking the lead in compiling this information!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnes View Post
    This is a great thread. Thank you for taking the lead in compiling this information!
    Thank you.

    5 today.


    http://flatheadbeacon.com/2017/11/14...ccused-murder/
    Prosecutor Drops Charges Against Pablo Man Accused of Murder
    Lake County Attorney says evidence points to self-defense in September shooting death of Johnny McKeever

    Lake County Attorney Steven Eschenbacher says a 28-year-old Pablo man was acting in self-defense when he shot and killed a 34-year-old man in September.

    On Tuesday, Eschenbacher announced that he was dropping all charges against Ryan Black, who was arrested on Sept. 16 after shooting Johnny McKeever. Eschenbacher said there was not enough evidence to convict Black of deliberate or negligent homicide beyond a reasonable doubt.

    “The County Attorney has an ethical obligation not to file charges that he does not believe are supported by probable cause or have a reasonable likelihood of resulting in a conviction,” Eschenbacher wrote. “This incident is a tragedy and we regret the loss of life and sympathize with the family of the deceased.”


    According to Eschenbacher, Black had been having an affair with McKeever’s wife, Amy McKeever. According to witnesses, Johnny McKeever had been following his wife and prior to the shooting had even been kicked out of an area bar after seeing Black with Amy McKeever and making a scene. At approximately 4 a.m. on Sept. 16, Johnny McKeever came to Black’s house to confront his wife. While Johnny McKeever was pounding on the front door, Amy McKeever went into a room to hide. Black went outside and confronted Johnny McKeever with a .44 Magnum pistol.

    Johnny McKeever had been drinking heavily in the hours before the confrontation and according to law enforcement had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit to drive.

    When Black came out on to the porch, Johnny McKeever punched him in the eye, hard enough to cause significant bruising. Black told law enforcement that when Johnny McKeever struck him, he fell backwards and the gun went off. The bullet entered the left side of Johnny McKeever’s head along the jawbone and exited the right side, slightly behind his right ear. After the gun went off, Black went inside and told Amy McKeever and another man who was staying at the house to call 911.

    “Montana’s castle doctrine statutes relating to justifiable use of force would apply in this case and a jury would have to find beyond a reasonable doubt, that Mr. Black’s actions were unjustified,” Eschenbacher said. “That may not be possible, based on the evidence that is at hand at the moment.”

    Eschenbacher said that the case could be reopened in the future if additional evidence emerges.
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    6 today.

    Homeowner holds intruder at gunpoint until officers arrive

    http://www.wsaz.com/content/news/Man...457534703.html
    JOHNSON COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) -- A family shared photos with WSAZ Tuesday that capture the morning they say they were startled by an intruder. The homeowner took matters into his own hands.


    Deputies at the Johnson County Sheriff's Office say the homeowner held the suspect at gunpoint until officers arrived.

    It happened Saturday morning in the Leander area.

    Gerardo Canuto, 31, is charged with first-degree burglary, possession of burglary tools, alcohol intoxication, and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. Investigators say Canuto is in the country illegally.

    The homeowner tells WSAZ that around 5 a.m. Saturday, he came downstairs to find an intruder crawling through his window. The victim lives in the 1500 block of Asa Creek Road.

    That victim tells WSAZ he chased the intruder off with his walking stick.

    A few hours later, the homeowner found the suspect inside his barn. He isn't sure if the man was hiding or sleeping, but says he came out from behind the stacks of hay.

    The homeowner ordered him to the ground. Then, he and a neighbor held him at gunpoint until deputies could get to the house.


    Canuto told investigators he had been drinking earlier when he got into a fight with his family. He said he wandered off looking for somewhere warm to sleep when he found what he thought was an abandoned cabin.

    However, deputies found a BB gun, ropes, a large flashlight and gloves inside a backpack that Canuto allegedly tossed inside the house before trying to crawl through the window.

    Canuto is also in the country illegally, according to investigators. They are not even sure if his name, address and other personal information are correct because they say he admitted his paperwork was not real. While his paperwork said he lives in Prestonsburg, Canuto told deputies he is from Pikeville, Kentucky, and was in Johnson County visiting family.

    Deputies have been in contact with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials. For now, he is in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.

    "It's very scary when it first happens," said Special Deputy Lauren O'Bryan. "You don't think it's going to happen to you, but it's best to always have a plan. Just kind of plan ahead to know where your gun is or where a weapon is that you can protect yourself with cause when people are breaking into your house, you never know what their intentions are -- if they're wanting to steal something, if they're wanting to hurt you or whatever. It's kind of like preparing for a tornado. You never know when it's going to hit, but eventually it can happen."


    Not only is O'Bryan an officer with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office, the victims are her aunt and uncle.

    "It's hard for me to know my family is dealing with it and that I'm on this side of it," O'Bryan said. "This is actually the second aunt that's been burglarized for me in the past two months. I had an aunt a couple weeks ago that had the same thing happen. They broke her window out and stole a bunch of stuff from her. Thankfully, this time they were home and they were able to stop them before anything bad happened."

    O'Bryan herself understands the fear of being a home invasion victim. When she was a teenager, someone tried to break into her house while she was home alone. The doors were locked and the would-be burglars didn't put much effort into it so they did not succeed at breaking in. However, O'Bryan remembers hiding in the laundry room, scared and armed with knives.
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    7 today

    Reading man found not guilty of homicide charges in fatal shooting

    http://www.readingeagle.com/news/art...late=mobileart
    READING, PA
    A jury found a Reading man not guilty of homicide charges today in the fatal shooting of another man on a city street last summer.The verdict indicated the jury believed Kevin A. Miller, 35, acted in self-defense when David Frankhouser Jr., 25, confronted him on Penn Street about 4:30 a.m. on June 4, 2016.

    The verdict concluded a two-day trial before Judge Madelyn S. Fudeman.
    Miller admitted, and security camera footage showed, that he shot Frankhouser once in the chest. Miller testified that he fired the shot because he feared Frankhouser was going to kill him.

    Miller said that Frankhouser told him he had a knife and a gun and was going to kill him because Miller walked his girlfriend home.
    Miller testified that he believed Frankhouser had a weapon as he continued to walk toward him, so he drew his gun and told Frankhouser to stop.

    He said that he gave Frankhouser three warnings before he fired a "stop shot" into his chest.
    Police did not find any weapons on Frankhouser, who died at Reading Hospital during surgery hours after the shooting.
    Miller has been in Berks County Prison for more than 18 months, but was scheduled to be released tonight.
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    8 today. Another pa example.

    Jury Reaches Swift Verdict In Germantown Love Triangle Shooting


    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/201...ngle-shooting/
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A Philadelphia jury has reached a swift verdict in a love triangle shooting involving a former corrections officer and his teenaged ex-girlfriend.

    It happened during a confrontation with her brand new boyfriend, on an East Germantown playground in 2015. This case was a re-trial, after a mistrial was declared on the same charges last year.

    In just three hours of deliberations, the jury acquitted 39-year-old Duval Nelson on two counts of aggravated assault, and possession of an instrument of crime. It grew out of a confrontation with Nikroy Prince, with whom Nelson’s 19-year-old girlfriend, Elizabeth Brown, had just hooked up.

    Assistant District Attorney Rachel Collins Clarke maintained Nelson “provoked the encounter, did not reasonably fear for his life, and violated a duty to retreat.”

    “Self-defense is a very specific area of the law,” she said. “Our position is that the defendant did not have a subjective belief that allowed him to discharge his weapon in the park that day.”

    The defense said Nelson told Prince, “Yo, I’m carrying, and I don’t want trouble,” and as he backed away, Prince punched him in the head.

    Defense lawyer James Funt says as the defendant was reeling backward, he pulled out his licensed handgun, and fired two shots into the ground, one of which ricocheted, and struck a 16-year-old boy, who later recovered.

    “It’s only a guess, because juries are all funny animals, is that they looked at the undisputed evidence, including where he shot, and how he shot, as well as his character,” Funt said.

    Last year, another jury deliberated for five days before the judge declared a mistrial.

    One of Nelson’s defense lawyer’s was Larry Krasner, the incoming Philadelphia district attorney, who was elected earlier this month.
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    9 today...Some shady stuff in this story, but in the end, a citizen used a gun in self defense.

    Judge: Fatal shooting in self-defense

    http://www.kentuckynewera.com/ep/new...643705797.html
    A judge ruled a Georgia man’s use of deadly force was lawful and in self-defense when he fatally shot a woman at an Oak Grove hotel and a murder charge against the man was dismissed Monday in Christian Circuit Court.

    Octavious D. Ludwig, 23, Dalton, Georgia, was emotional as Judge John Atkins dismissed the murder charge against him for the April 20 death of 22-year-old Roshanda Hayden, Millington, Tennessee, at the Days Inn on Auburn Street in Oak Grove.

    Ludwig’s attorney, Brandi Jones, of the Department of Public Advocacy, argued from the beginning of the case that her client shot Hayden in self-defense only after she shot him. Jones said Kentucky’s stand your ground laws were clear that Ludwig had no duty to retreat.

    “The law is clear as day,” Jones said. “A person does not have a duty to retreat in Kentucky.”

    Commonwealth’s Attorney Lynn Pryor argued the Oak Grove Police Department arrested Ludwig not only because he failed to retreat, but that he continued toward Hayden and made no attempts to de-escalate the situation, pulling out his own gun. She also added that the witness to the shooting, Ashley B. Cantrell, Chatsworth, Georgia, turned her head and did not see who pulled the trigger first.

    “I believe that (Detective James Carter) had probable cause based on his investigation,” Pryor said. “However, I do understand that there is some proof that counters that.”

    Jones disagreed there was any probable cause for Ludwig to be charged with murder.

    “There’s not been one single shred of evidence to suggest that anything other than Mr. Ludwig fired in self-defense,” Jones said. “The only fair thing to do … is to determine there was not probable cause (to charge Ludwig with murder).” Oak Grove police detective James Carter even testified Nov. 6 that it was his opinion Hayden shot Ludwig first, but he could not state it as a fact.

    Based on testimony from officers and the evidence presented, it’s believed Hayden pulled a gun on Ludwig then shot him in the chest during a struggle, muffling the first gunshot sound a person in the room next door heard. After being shot, Ludwig pulled his gun from the bed and shot Hayden, who was still holding a gun on him. Hayden then fired a second shot from her gun in recoil from being shot. That shot went through the window of the hotel room.

    After the shooting, Ludwig and Cantrell fled the room because they were scared, according to Cantrell’s Nov. 6 testimony. She said Ludwig was not allowed to have a gun, so the two of them disposed of the gun and magazine before Ludwig eventually collapsed behind the hotel near the dumpster.

    Atkins, having already reviewed all the evidence, body camera footage and interviews, said his duty was to determine whether there was a “substantial basis to believe the defendant’s use of force was unlawful.”

    He found Ludwig was entitled to the immunity entitled by Kentucky law and that he acted in self-defense.

    “There is no substantial basis to so believe and from the evidence that’s been presented to me, the evidence in the record, the defendant’s use of deadly force was lawful,” Atkins said in his ruling.

    Ludwig did plead guilty to tampering with physical evidence for attempting to dispose of the gun after the shooting. The plea agreement was for a three-year sentence and the commonwealth indicated they would oppose probation; however, the defense will argue for it.

    Atkins accepted the plea and will hand down a final sentence on the tampering charge April 10. In the meantime, he ordered Ludwig released pending final sentencing. Ludwig has been in Christian County Jail on the murder and tampering charge nearly seven months, since his arrest in late April.

    Cantrell was also sentenced on her guilty plea to tampering with physical evidence. She received a three-year sentence, which was probated for two years. She still faces misdemeanor charges from a Nov. 6 arrest before she was scheduled to testify at last week’s immunity hearing.

    She’s charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, third-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana. She will remain in jail at least until her district court appearance Wednesday.

    “This ought to be a serious wake-up call for you,” Atkins told Cantrell before granting probation on the tampering charge.

    Brief head: Defense pleased with outcome

    After the hearing, Jones said she felt good about the ruling, though was frustrated it took nearly seven months for the outcome.

    “This is something we’ve been fighting since Octavious was in the district court level,” Jones said. “It was something that we argued after his preliminary hearing.”

    Atkins said this was the first immunity hearing in his court, and the first time in recent history he could remember an immunity motion being granted. In February 2016, an immunity motion in a fatal crash was denied by Judge Andrew Self in the case against Travis Orten, who was ultimately convicted of two counts of reckless homicide.

    Jones mentioned the rarity of an immunity hearing being upheld, but said she felt the facts of this case strongly supported the hearing and the ruling to uphold it. She again said Ludwig should never have been charged with murder by Oak Grove police and was happy Kentucky law was upheld.

    “I feel really confident that this is what the stand your ground laws are all about,” she said. “In Kentucky, there is no duty to retreat and this just reaffirmed that.”

    Ludwig was all smiles after the verdict and Jones said he was happy with the outcome after seven months of being behind bars.

    “He’s just happy,” she said. “He’s grateful that the courts have seen his actions were lawful and that he had no other option, having been shot in the chest and fighting a collapsed lung.”

    Before releasing Ludwig, however, Atkins cautioned him he must abide by all the rules of probation on the tampering charge and check in weekly. He urged Ludwig not to mess up the rare opportunity he was given.

    “This is about the most significant break I’ve ever given anybody in this courtroom,” Atkins said
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    http://www.sltrib.com/news/2017/11/1...-he-was-a-cop/

    Shooting investigation: Two teens tried to rob off-duty West Valley police officer — but likely didn’t know he was a cop
    Two teens accused of shooting and wounding a man during an attempted robbery last week likely didn’t know their intended victim was an off-duty West Valley City officer, police said on Tuesday.

    The officer had been checking his mail at a communal mailbox at home near 3300 South and 1250 West just after 7 p.m. last Tuesday, according to a news release from West Valley police.

    As he walked back home, two suspects with a handgun stopped him and allegedly attempted to rob him.

    “During the course of this robbery, multiple rounds were fired both at the officer and by the officer,” the release stated. The suspects fled.

    Shortly after the officer reported the shooting, the release states, two youths arrived at a local hospital with gunshot wounds. A 17-year-old male had been shot once and a 15-year-old had been shot twice. They arrived at the hospital in a vehicle matching the description the officer had given after the shooting.

    The officer suffered one gunshot wound in the foot and is recovering after been released from the hospital. He hadn’t been in uniform during the attempted robbery, according to the release, which added that there is no information that indicates the suspects knew their intended victim or knew he was a police officer.

    The 17-year-old has been booked into juvenile detention, according to West Valley City Police spokeswoman Roxeanne Vainuku. The 15-year-old has not yet been released from the hospital, but police believe his injuries are not life-threatening. Charges have not yet been filed against either teen, Vainuku said.

    The officer, who has been on the force for three years, is on paid administrative leave during the investigation, which is being conducted by Unified Police.
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    An example from Brazil.

    Shocking moment a husband shoots a burglar running towards his wife, sending the criminal head-first into the swimming pool

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...s-burglar.html
    Man was burgling a house in Pocone, in central Brazilian state of Mato Grosso
    He bursts out of the house and runs up the garden, towards the woman
    But thief falls into the pool as he passes it, having been shot dead by husband

    CCTV shows a burglar fall dead into a garden pool after being shot by the householder he was trying to rob.

    The man was burgling a house in Pocone, in the central Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, as family members were gathering in the back garden.

    Two men are seen standing near the pool and a woman parks a bicycle against the garden wall.

    Burglar drops dead into pool after house owner shoots him

    Then the woman turns and shouts out to her husband, who was reportedly in their bedroom, having noticed an intruder coming out of the house.

    A young man bursts out of the house and runs up the garden, towards the woman.

    But the thief falls and slumps into the pool as he passes it, having been shot dead by the husband.

    As the clip ends the other men, believed to be friends or relatives of the householders, are seen running over to the pool.

    The householder who fired the fatal shot, unseen in the CCTV film, was not named in reports.

    The intruder was identified as 19-year-old Patrick de Oliveira, who was reported to have died instantly.

    His accomplice, unseen in the footage, fled and remains at large.

    Police arrested the homeowner and he is being investigated for homicide, though it is not certain that charges will be pressed, local media reported.
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    3 today.

    Store owner shoots at burglar, suspect wanted for 14 store burglaries in Gadsden County

    http://www.wctv.tv/content/news/Auth...457535733.html
    GADSDEN COUNTY, Fla. (WCTV) -- Around 2 a.m. Sunday, November 12th, aman crawls into the bottom of the front door of the Kelly's Junior Store #5 in Quincy.

    The store was closed, but not empty.

    "I was just camping out." The store owner said.

    The store owner came out shooting.

    The suspect jumps the counter and high tails it out of there.

    "I can't say nothing. I don't want to re-live that again." Said the store owner.

    The burglar got away without cash and his black hat.

    Investigators say the hat, known as a beanie cap, was shot off the suspect's head and landed in a nearby trash can.

    "The bullet holes are actually located here and here, an entrance and an exit. It's a miracle the perpatrator is alive." Said, Investigator Thomas Perkins.

    Investigators believe the suspect is Andre Kelly. He's wanted for 14 store burglaries in Gadsden County.

    Gadsden County resident Willie Rivers said, "I got a mother, I got sisters and brothers, and aunts and uncles. They're older people and they're scared. We need to do something about this. We need to catch these people. I'm scared myself."

    Around 4 a.m. Wednesday, a masked suspect walked into the Pilot Store in Midway.

    "As soon as he comes in, he fires one round into the ceiling." Said, Inv. Perkins.

    The surveillance video shows customers in the store as the suspect goes around the counter and holds two clerks at gunpoint.

    While the clerks empty the registers, the suspect snatches a purse from a customer.

    There is a reward for information leading to the arrest of Andre Kelly.

    Anyone with information is urged to call law enforcement in Gadsden County or Crime Stoppers.
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    4 today. An armed citizen ended a manhunt for a shooter today.


    Homeowner who helped end Ortonville manhunt says he found suspected shooter in fogged-up car
    Michael Joseph Quigley found inside homeowner's car

    https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/...-fogged-up-car
    ORTONVILLE, Mich. - The homeowner who helped police end a long manhunt in Oakland County spoke to Local 4 after he discovered a man wanted in connection with a double shooting hiding on his property.

    The man didn't want to give his name, but he described how he found Michael Joseph Quigley, 34, who was wanted in connection with the Tuesday shooting of his estranged wife and her friend at an apartment in Ortonville.

    Michael Joseph Quigley
    "About 5:15 this afternoon, a resident here in the township contacted our sheriff's dispatch expressing concerns over one of his vehicles on his property," said Sgt. Gary Miller, of the Oakland County Sheriff's Office. "Approximately five minutes later, the suspect was taken into custody without incident."

    The homeowner said he noticed something was wrong when he pulled into his driveway and couldn't see into his other vehicle because the windows were so foggy.

    "I was pulling down the driveway," he said. "I saw the windows were fogged up. I stopped to check it out and he was under a blanket in the back."

    The homeowner said he pulled Quigley out of the car and called 911.

    "I had him on the ground," he said. "I stayed on the phone with 911 and within minutes the SWAT team came out of the woods and took it from there."

    You can watch the full interview with the homeowner in the video posted above.

    Quigley looked 'disheveled and tired'
    The homeowner said he was armed when he pulled Quigley out of the car.

    "I told him that it was over, that everything was OK, that I wasn't going to harm him," he said.


    The homeowner said Quigley was "disheveled and tired."


    He said his family was inside the house while he was dealing with Quigley.

    "My neighbor came out to let his dogs out and I was whistling to him to get his attention, and he came out," he said. "Before he even got to me, the SWAT team came out of the woods and told him to go back in."

    He said the SWAT team was within 50 yards of the spot where he found Quigley.

    Police began the manhunt Tuesday night, and continued searching for nearly 24 hours. They believed Quigley was armed and dangerous until they found a .22-caliber handgun and a cellphone in a bush near the shooting scene.

    "I haven't really slept," he said. "I haven't slept. I went to work. I work really close, so we were on high alert there, too. I'm just glad it's over and I really just want to have a pizza with my wife and daughter for our 15th anniversary."

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    He said he's not sure how long Quigley had been hiding in the car, but it looked as if he had been awake for a long time.

    "It looked like he had been up for a long time," he said. "(He looked) cold, and he didn't really respond except for doing exactly what I told him to.

    "I just told him to get on the ground and that everything was over, and that I had a weapon on him and I'm calling 911, and that's about it."

    He said he was "absolutely" concerned that Quigley might have had a weapon, which is why he was armed during the incident.


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    "Once I got him face-down, that was it," he said.

    Police 'relieved' after long manhunt ends
    Miller said he's "very relieved" that the search ended with an arrest.

    "It's been a tremendous effort by everyone," Miller said. "I can't help the residents of the township and the people of the village for all the calls they gave us. ... It was a great effort by everyone and we're glad it's over."

    Miller said Quigley is being held at the Oakland County Jail and will be interviewed by detectives.

    Quigley doesn't have any injuries.

    "I've been on the phone with the FBI, the Border Patrol was out here," Miller said. "Our Violent Crime Task Force with the FBI came out for assistance. We have K-9 units from West Bloomfield and Rochester City. The (Michigan State Police) were getting ready, we told them once these dogs get a little tired we were going to bring their dogs over to relieve them. So just a tremendous effort."
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