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Saturday, November 4, 2017

Armed Louisiana Woman Sends Four Thieves Scrambling

In Keithville, La., a homeowner was surprised to find four men on her front doorstep, all dressed in hoods and each carrying backpacks. As for those four men, they were equally surprised to see the homeowner meet them at the door, holding her gun.

The men quickly ran to their SUV, which was hidden in nearby bushes, and fled the scene. When officers responded to the call, another local resident told police they had seen the hooded suspects, and had seen the vehicle speeding off. Quickly, Caddo Sheriff’s Lt. Jackie Lewis located the suspect’s SUV and pulled the car over.

A search of the vehicle revealed multiple backpacks, masks, a large knife and marijuana. Detectives arrested the four suspects—Jacorey Fuller, 20; Andre Ealy, 20; Tristen Bradley, 20; and Micah Eugene, 24—on charges of burglary, possession of burglary tools and marijuana possession.

New Tennessee Legislative Offices Will Permit Concealed Carry

Tennessee’s new legislative office complex will allow for carry of concealed firearms for self-defense by Right-to-Carry permit holders.

According to an Associated Press report, House Speaker Beth Harwell and Senate Speaker Randy McNally, announced the new policy in a joint release. Under the policy, those who wish to keep their guns on them inside the building will be required to present their permits at security checkpoints.

“Once that validity is established, a permit holder will be allowed exercise their Second Amendment [rights] while visiting their state government,” the speakers said.

According to the report, lawmakers and staff began moving into the renovated Cordell Hull office building near the state capitol building this week.

Teen Accused Of Shooting Officer Had Long Rap Sheet

In New Jersey, 19-year-old alleged gang member Delronn Mahan is accused of shooting a police officer. But the big question is, why was Mahan out on the streets in the first place?

NJ.com reports that the young man charged with attempted murder for the attack on Camden County Police Officer Patrick O’Hanlon has an extensive arrest record as an adult—even though he has only been an adult for a year and a half. He is on probation following convictions for drug distribution, burglary and receiving stolen property.

“He’s a bad guy,” said Police Chief J. Scott Thomson. “Last night I think was his tenth arrest since he’s 18 years old.” Fortunately, Officer O’Hanlon survived the encounter and is recovering nicely—no thanks to our broken justice system.  

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