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The Oklahoma man who fatally shot three teenage intruders won’t face charges, authorities announced Monday.
Zachary Peters, 23, defended his family’s home with an AR-15 after three teenager broke into the house to try and rob it last week, reports the Associated Press.
The Wagoner County assistant district attorney announced that Peters acted lawfully, after authorities conducted an investigation into the shooting.
“It is the opinion of this office that Zachary Peters acted justifiably … when he used deadly force to defend his home,” Wagoner County Assistant District Attorney Jack Thorp said. “It was clear he operated completely within the law when he used deadly force,” Thorp added later on.
A suspect dressed in black allegedly kicked in a Marine veteran’s door just after 3 a.m. Thursday in Salt Lake City and was shot dead in the living room.
According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the deceased suspect, 33-year-old Puleaga Danny Tupu, was one of two men who allegedly forced their way into the apartment. Resident and Marine veteran Brian Sant was awake at the time, as he had just arrived home from working the third shift and was sitting in his living room.
Sant fought with the men until his 29-year-old son emerged from a back room and shot both suspects. Tupu died at the scene, and the second suspect was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Back in November 2016 a suspect named Edward Strother attacked a Lee County (Florida) Sheriff’s officer, Dean Barnes, after a high speed car chase. (back story news video here).
During the fight, Strother gained the upper hand and was on top of Officer Barnes when another motorist stopped to assist. The Good Samaritan was a licensed concealed carry permit holder, and he used his firearm to stop the attack.
Armed Arizonan Citizen Saves Ambushed Cop and Kills Dirtbag Perp (Patriots United Against the Perp Nation!)
A man shot and wounded an Arizona state trooper Thursday along a remote highway and then started slamming the helpless officer’s head into the pavement. A passing motorist stopped to assist the officer, and shot the ambush attacker.
Trooper Edward Andersson, a 27-year veteran of the Department of Public Safety, was shot in the right shoulder and chest in what authorities called an ambush and was in serious but stable condition after surgery at a Goodyear hospital.
DPS Director Frank Milstead had words of thanks for good Samaritan who stopped to help, CBS affiliate KPHO reported. “My trooper would not be alive without his assistance,” Milstead said of the driver who stopped.
A woman returning to her apartment Monday night was allegedly assaulted at gunpoint but was able to end the ordeal by retrieving her own gun and killing the suspect.
The incident occurred in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Another one bites the dust JAMF!
A campus police officer shot a Hug High School student who allegedly had a knife and “tried to attack others.”
According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, the officer who intervened in the 11:25 a.m., December 7, incident was a Washoe County School District police officer. The school was locked down following the incident “as police went room to room accounting for all students and finding witnesses.”
The student who was allegedly wielding the knife is listed in critical condition.
The Nevada Department of Public Safety recently released an updated list of out-out-state carry permits which are now recognized in Nevada. Several changes were made to the list as a result of Senate Bill 175 which passed the Nevada Legislature last year and was signed into law by Governor Sandoval on June 2, 2015. Effective July 1, 2016, the State of Nevada now recognizes concealed weapons permits from the following states:
Idaho Enhanced Permit
Mississippi Enhanced Permits
North Dakota (both types of permits)
South Dakota Enhanced Permit
On July 9, two days after the heinous ambush on Dallas police officers, citizens armed with AR-15s stood guard outside various police departments in Texas.
According to the Montgomery County Police Reporter, James Evans, Roger Tarrant, and Paul Wilson went to the Patton Village Police Department with “their AR-15s in hand” and stood guard. They also stood outside the City of Splendora Police Department (SPD), where passing drivers “honked their horns in approval, while others stopped for photos, selfies, and to personally thank them for what they were doing.”
Deputies with Spartanburg County said a man faces multiple attempted murder charges after opening fire outside a nightclub early Sunday morning.
The shooting happened around 3:30 a.m. at Playoffz nightclub on Inman Road in Lyman.
Deputies said 32-year-old Jody Ray Thompson pulled out a gun after getting into an argument with another man and fired several rounds toward a crowd that had gathered out in front of the club.
“His rounds struck three victims, and almost struck a fourth victim, who in self-defense, pulled his own weapon and fired, striking Thompson in the leg,” Lt. Kevin Bobo said.
New Tennessee Law: You Can Sue Owners of Gun Free Zones if You Get Attacked by a Criminal While Disarmed!
Heading into law this Friday is Tennessee’s Senate Bill 1736, which will put into action something gun owners have been encouraging for years.
As of July 1, if a handgun carry permit holder in Tennessee is injured, suffers bodily injury or death, incurs economic loss or expense, property damage or any other compensable loss on a property posted as a gun-free zone, they can sue the person or entity who stripped them of their right to self defense.
On Sunday, a peaceful Maine afternoon turned into a scene like something from an action movie, when gunfire erupted in a Walmart parking lot.
According to Augusta police, the occupants of two vehicles parked alongside one another were arguing over money when they suddenly began exchanging a barrage of bullets.
However, it wasn’t long before — as WGME reports — a pair of bystanders stepped in, ending the chaotic situation before it could turn into something far more tragic.
The liberal “good guys with guns don’t exist” narrative was shot down Sunday at a Walmart in Maine.
After nearly every shooting incident that catches the mainstream media’s attention, an army of self-righteous gun-grabbing liberals will crawl out of the woodwork to demand new gun-control legislation.
The pharmacy owner who shot and killed a robber on Friday morning in Levittown, Bucks County, will not face charges – and was even praised by the district attorney.
During a news conference on Friday afternoon, Falls Township Police Lt. Henry Ward said Pennsbury Pharmacy owner Kenneth Lee “had no choice to do what he did. He was protecting himself and his business.”
District Attorney David Heckler wholeheartedly agreed.
“There is no thought that we would prosecute the shooter in this case. He was entirely justified in his conduct, and frankly should be commended,” Heckler said.
“From what I can see, he performed a public service in taking out this fella,” Heckler continued. “The fella asked for what he got and he got it.”