Good & lucky: Homeowner shoots armed burglar in the buttocks

Good & lucky: Homeowner shoots armed burglar in the buttocks

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    Good & lucky: Homeowner shoots armed burglar in the buttocks

    Homeowner shoots armed burglar in the buttocks - WAFB 9 News Baton Rouge, Louisiana News, Weather, Sports

    According to deputies, the homeowner had Stewart at gunpoint when he told the homeowner that he was not going back to jail. That is when Stewart drew a pistol from his jacket and shot at the homeowner. The homeowner returned fire and shot Stewart in the buttocks.
    Sounds like the homeowner came home and caught him in the act..... the report in lean on details but overall the BG got it in the end.
    Wish more info had been reported but our homeowner was lucky just the same.... this convict got the first shot off.
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    Homeowner is very lucky. BG draws against the drop and still fires the first shot. This right here folks is a wake up call.
    Im not in the homeowners head but Id bet a dollar to doughnut that as this BG practically told him he was going to fight back, drew against the drop, and fired the first shot that the homeowner was either doing mental gymnastics of if he had a right to fire legally or getting sued or struggling with the idea of taking the BGs life. Which if not for BGs bad aim would likely have gotten him killed.
    One has to be aware of legalities etc but one cannot let it paralyze him /her into inaction once engaged.
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    Bubba is going to make that really painful.
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    This burglar was not the first person to be shot in the buttocks. The most famous occurrence is in this documentary.

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    Very lucky homeowner. Wow, only 20 years old and has done all that stuff. Bye bye, back to jail for you.

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    I hope K-9 Nitro made a fitting introduction of himself while in the woods.
    These dirtbags never learn, and I ask why will the courts turn this criminal loose again in short time?
    No repeat offenders, just dead offenders...
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    The defendant may be seated...I see ,so the defendant may stand for the proceedings
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    I bet this BG becomes the "butt" of many jokes when he lands back in prison.
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    Armed burglar. Proof he was fully prepared to commit murder to get what he wanted. Sounds far more than burgling to me.

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    Stewart was booked on attempted second degree murder, aggravated burglary, and convicted felon in possession of a firearm charges.
    Good. String him up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    Armed burglar. Proof he was fully prepared to commit murder to get what he wanted. Sounds far more than burgling to me.
    That's no burglar. That's a robber.

    The most skilled burglars carry absolutely nothing, not even tools. That way if they get caught they can say they were just looking for a place to sleep, or that they found a door open and just walked in out of curiosity. Almost sounds like this kid wanted to die. Sad, at age 20.

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    This is where a boat load of our youth are headed. I'm going to make that fairly safe bet that the thug was addicted to some kind of drugs, such as meth, crack, oxycontin, whatever.

    At 20 years old I was working in grocery store, contemplating my first experience playing drums with a band. Doing stuff like this would have been the last thing on my mind.

    The homeowner indeed was lucky but at least he caught the maggot and got to cap him in the rear. My "burglar" who stole my guns got away clean or I just barely missed him as we came home. I would have liked to have the chance to "rehabilitate" him like this guy did.

    I believe it will get worse as more of our young ones decide that the way to happiness is with drugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost1958 View Post
    Homeowner is very lucky. BG draws against the drop and still fires the first shot. This right here folks is a wake up call.
    Im not in the homeowners head but Id bet a dollar to doughnut that as this BG practically told him he was going to fight back, drew against the drop, and fired the first shot that the homeowner was either doing mental gymnastics of if he had a right to fire legally or getting sued or struggling with the idea of taking the BGs life. Which if not for BGs bad aim would likely have gotten him killed.
    One has to be aware of legalities etc but one cannot let it paralyze him /her into inaction once engaged.
    Totally agree. The thought of legalities after shooting or the taking of a life are serious points to ponder before pulling. At some point, however, self preservation instinct must take over.
    Actually might have been trouble if the BG was shot in his head's second home while out of the house.

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    This bad guy, turned and got burned!

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