Two cases in KY of victim shooting/killing theives running away

Two cases in KY of victim shooting/killing theives running away

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    First article doesn't state the BG was running away, he was shot when he confronted the homeowner. Good Shoot.
    Second article states that he chased after the BG. Could go either way, hope it goes for the storekeeper.

    Man, if this keeps up KY will run out of criminals!
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    If this keeps up, crime has to go down, there won't be that many BG's left or they'll all get into white collar crime. LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    First article doesn't state the BG was running away, he was shot when he confronted the homeowner. Good Shoot.
    Second article states that he chased after the BG. Could go either way, hope it goes for the storekeeper.

    Man, if this keeps up KY will run out of criminals!
    We can only hope so! As far as chasing the BG I believe anyone who is the victim of an armed robbery should be able to pursue the criminal. If the criminal ends up getting shot and dying, such is life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    If this keeps up, crime has to go down, there won't be that many BG's left or they'll all get into white collar crime. LOL.
    I really wish this were true! But it seems that since there is not I.Q. test required to become a criminal, they aren't smart enough to figure this thing out.
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    Then this in my county....

    Shootout Leaves Suspect Dead, Officers Injured in Hopkins Co. - NEWS 25 WEHT Evansville, Henderson, Owensboro
    This sounds like psycho wanting to kill himself and take a few police with him. This is FAR from a defensive firearm or concealed carry issue, but rather psychos getting a gun. Which is a whole other can of worms.

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    [QUOTE=Hiram25;2096617]First article doesn't state the BG was running away, he was shot when he confronted the homeowner. Good Shoot.

    I can't find the link but the local news showed the BG's girlfriend(who was in the car waiting)saying how her boyfriend was trying to leave and the homeowner shot him anyway.She said"it ain't right"(crying).

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    [QUOTE=Walk Soft;2096908]
    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    First article doesn't state the BG was running away, he was shot when he confronted the homeowner. Good Shoot.

    I can't find the link but the local news showed the BG's girlfriend(who was in the car waiting)saying how her boyfriend was trying to leave and the homeowner shot him anyway.She said"it ain't right"(crying).
    So if you are saying that she drove her BF to the house to commit a crime,and he was killed during the commission of said act,in a lot of states she could be arrested and charged with murder since she was party to a crime where somebody was killed
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    [QUOTE=Walk Soft;2096908]
    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    First article doesn't state the BG was running away, he was shot when he confronted the homeowner. Good Shoot.

    I can't find the link but the local news showed the BG's girlfriend(who was in the car waiting)saying how her boyfriend was trying to leave and the homeowner shot him anyway.She said"it ain't right"(crying).
    He was probably a good ole boy, just about to turn his life around....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    First article doesn't state the BG was running away, he was shot when he confronted the homeowner. Good Shoot.
    Second article states that he chased after the BG. Could go either way, hope it goes for the storekeeper.

    Man, if this keeps up KY will run out of criminals!
    Or the criminals wil run out of KY!
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    Second guy will need a good lawyer ,,,,, but I would not convict him if I
    was on his jury,,,,, I would never chase unless deadly violence was
    committed before the BG ran.

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    [QUOTE=Inspector71;2096953]
    Quote Originally Posted by Walk Soft View Post

    He was probably a good ole boy, just about to turn his life around....
    Just a good old boy...makin' his way the only way he knew how...
    That's just a little bit more than the law will allow...LOL

    If the store owner never lost sight of the guy, and the bad guy was commiting a forcible felony with a weapon, he'd be kosher in Iowa.
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    I would file this one as suicide by police. It's to bad the officers were wounded and no have to deal with the trauma and the investigation. Hopefully they all recover and are not to emotionally scarred.

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