...is being able to hit your target...
The intruders – a 16-year-old, a 17-year-old and a man thought to be 18 or 19 – had smashed open the back door of the house, the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office said.Dead, dead and, well... dead.
They wore gloves, masks and all-black clothes, Wagoner County Deputy Nick Mahoney told Tulsa World. Two of the teenagers were armed, one with a knife and the other with brass knuckles.
What... he was supposed to invite them in for tea?
In an unexpected bonus, the getaway driver for the dearly departed home-invaders catches three felony counts of homicide.
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Croft, who is 79, says the burglaries began last June. Since then, he says his Center Point house has been broken into 13 times. He said, 'Don't move' and he used the ‘N’ word and I shot,” Croft recounted later Wednesday.Actions have consequences.
“I hate that boy dead, but I don't hate I shot him.”
LAST WORD: More good news
Gun sales are up, and accidental gun injuries are down, according to a report released this month by the National Safety Council.
The NSC’s “Injury Facts -2017 Edition” shows a 17 percent decrease in accidents involving firearms from 2014 to 2015, a period when gun sales soared.