Fatal shootout at Kwik Stop-Sarasota, FL

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    Fatal shootout at Kwik Stop-Sarasota, FL

    Sarasota man charged in fatal shootout at Kwik Stop

    Sarasota man charged in fatal shootout at Kwik Stop

    LATISHA GRAY

    SARASOTA -- Police arrested a Sarasota man early Tuesday in a
    shootout that killed a man late Monday night near Memories Lounge and a Kwik Stop convenience store on North Tamiami Trail.

    Paul F. Kallenbach, 2800 block North Riverside Drive, was arrested at 2050 Ringling Boulevard in Sarasota.

    Kallenbach, 40, faces charges of second-degree murder with a firearm, aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony and discharging a firearm in public.

    He was being held without bond in the Sarasota County Jail. Kallenbach listed his occupation as an unemployed dog breeder. The shooting occurred about 9:15 p.m.

    Police say the man killed in last night’s shooting was Jon T. Howard, 35. He was shot in the back of the head and died at the scene.

    The two men reportedly got into a fight at the Kwik Stop and began firing shots at each other. Kallenbach was shot twice and taken to Sarasota Memorial Hospital for treatment.

    Kallenbach was taken into custody last summer for an involuntary mental evaluation after he told officers he had guns in his pickup truck.

    Kallenbach pulled up next to a patrol car in June near the intersection of 18th Street and Central Avenue and told officers about the guns. They searched the truck and found seven loaded guns and more than 500 rounds of ammunition.
    Kallenbach had a concealed weapons permit and was not breaking the law, police said, so his guns were later given back to him.

    Howard, the shooting victim, had been arrested more than a dozen times.

    His prior arrest record included grand theft, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery, aggravated assault on a police officer and cocaine trafficking.
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    Too bad Howard was shot in the back of the head. From the article it sounds like self defense.
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    Sounds like self defense. Things happen fast and the dead guy could have been spinning around when the shot was fired.
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    Another one bites the dust,
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    The "victim" had over a dozen arrests, some were aggravated battery, aggravated assault on a police officer, trafficking cocaine etc etc etc. Guess he won't wast any more of the public's money.

    The shooter had told the cops that he had 7 loaded guns in his truck, along with 500 rounds of ammo. Cops took him in and then he had an involuntary mental eval.

    That looks like a 2fer in my book. One planted and another one gonna be locked up. Don't get any better than that unless they would both have shot each other in the head at the same time. Sure would have saved a lot of money. Wood boxes cost less than jail.
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    This just in...

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    Final Score...2 BG's eliminated from future game play...
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    This just in...

    Good Guys (forfeited game...no show)

    BG's...(played themselves in a scrimage)

    Final Score...2 BG's eliminated from future game play...
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    Yeah, this one happened a few miles up the road from me. I got the impression from the news that these guys were fighting and started exchanging shots. We'll see what happens, but it doesn't look like a clear case of self-defense. The guy down is definitely a BG though. I bet that was interesting for the 4 lanes of traffic that run through there.

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    I guess I am out of touch. Haven't read about this and I've been back and forth down in that area during the past few days.

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