Monthly Archives: January 2013

Robber Shot after Shooting Victim

On December 28, 2012, am armed criminal stole a gold chain from another person in Miami Gardens, Florida.  As the robber was escaping, he shot the victim in the leg.

The victim returned fire.  The robber was arrested and taken to the hospital.

Officer Encourages People to Defend their Property with Firearms

On December 28, 2012 a Nassau restaurant owner closed for the night and was walking to his car when an armed man held him up for his cask and took his car keys.

The restaurant owner pulled out a licensed firearm and fired.  He was a good shot as the robber was hit in his chest and three of his fingers were blown off.  The robber was hospitalized. Continue reading

Citizen Stops Bank Robbery

On Friday, December 28th, 2012, Eric Roberts walked into the Capitol City Bank in Stone Mountain, Georgia.  Roberts made a grave mistake that day when he pulled out a gun and tried to rob the bank.

Adrion Bell, who happens to be a deputy for the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, advised Roberts not to rob the bank and put his weapon down.  Roberts instead made Sergeant Bell feel threatened, so Bell shot the robber once. Continue reading

Man Protects Himself from Robber

Around the evening of December 16th, 2012, John Doe (not his real name) was selling a cell phone to someone when he was robbed of his wallet and the cell phone.  John Doe shot the robber as he turned to run away.

Mauldin, South Carolina police Detective Ford said “Obviously he did try to protect his property and himself. And it worked out OK because we caught the bad guy, and the victim he’s shaken up for what he did. He’s shaken up, it wasn’t intentional or anything, he was just trying to protect himself.”

The robber drove away and crashed into a store.  The police found him on the ground behind a store where he was arrested and taken to a hospital.

Home Invasion Suspect Shot and Arrested

On Sunday, December 30, 2012, Otha Anderson was charged by Galsburg Illinois police for a home invasion.  The police were notified when Otha showed up at Galesburg Cottage Hospital with a gunshot wound.  The home invasion charge is a Class-X felony.

Police have not released any information on what happened at this point in time.  Common logic leads us to believe that when a criminal gets shot during a home invasion the homeowner was the person who shot them.  Yes, it looks like a gun in the hands of a good guy resulted in the arrest of the criminal.