Monthly Archives: March 2013

Burglar Killed While Hitting the Same Place Twice [video]

On Tuesday, March 12th, the police received a call from a homeowner in Albertville, Alabama.  The police saw Jamison Lynn Lacey lying dead from a shotgun blast to the chest.

The homeowner had a problem with someone breaking into his rental property, damaging doors and stealing various items.  He decided to move into the house.  One night, someone broke down the door and entered the house.  The homeowner fired one blast from a shotgun, killing the intruder. Continue reading

Concealed Carry Permit Holder Saves Woman from Death [video]

On Tuesday, March 12, Charlie Blackmore, formerly a member of the United States Marine Corps saw a women being severely beaten and kicked on a sidewalk in West Allis, Wisconsin.  Luckily for the woman, Charlie had a concealed weapon permit and was carrying a firearm on his person. Continue reading

Senior Citizen Protects Self from Robber

On Sunday evening, March 10th, in Ocala, Florida, James Stevens, an 81-year old, saw he was being followed.  Since he didn’t want this person following him home, he pulled over and so did the would-be robber.

Lonnie Lorenza Hollingsworth Jr., a 28-year old, approached James and demanded everything he had.  This turned out to be a mistake, as James had a .38 revolver and “gave” Lonnie four .38 bullets. Continue reading

Farmer Stops Fugitive Who Threatened to Kill Him [video]

On Thursday, March 7, 2013, a 42-year-old fugitive from Iowa made his way to Wellington, Kansas and decided to hide in woods among some feed sacks.  He was running from the police who were chasing him.

He made the mistake of threatening to kill a farmer.  Joseph L. Lamasters, of Creston, Iowa will not be running from the law any more.  In fact, he will not be able to threaten to kill anyone anymore as the farmer shot him.  The fugitive assumed room temperature shortly after.

The farmer protected himself and his family.  Sheriff Darren Chambers commented “I hate to see him in this position, but he did what he felt like he had to do. He wanted to protect his family.”