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Woman shoots son over
gun purchase argument

Little Rock, AR  -  A woman who reportedly shot her son told police she was fighting with the 18-year-old because he wanted to buy a gun.

Officers responded to Shay Stevens' 911 call in which she told dispatchers she had shot her son, according to a police report.

Police officers said when they arrived on the scene, Shay was still holding a handgun, and she again told them she had shot her son during an argument. Shay said she and her son Shayne were arguing because he wanted to buy a firearm.

Shayne suffered a gunshot wound to his lower left torso and was transported to the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences emergency room.

Officers arrested Shay, 46, on a charge of first-degree domestic battery and transported her to Pulaski County jail, where she remained with no bail set.


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Tentative June - August (two weeks therein) booking to take advantage of 'leftover' salmon and trout in the Dee river and environs. Local trout guide booked (knows the best 'beats', allegedly.)


Woman to spend nine years in jail
after shooting boyfriend dead

Asheville, NC  — A North Carolina woman has been found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of her boyfriend.

The Asheville Citizen Times reports 50-year-old Robin Richardson was sentenced Thursday 24 January 2019 to no less than 73 months in prison for the slaying of Tim Fry.

Authorities say Robin repeatedly shot Tim with a 12-gauge shotgun during a drunken dispute and then called police and admitted to the crime. She was originally charged with first-degree murder in the slaying.

Defense attorneys argued Tim assaulted Robin, and she acted in self-defense. Prosecutors said the defense’s argument was an attempt to distract jurors from evidence proving malice and premeditation.

Richardson has spent three years in jail awaiting trial and may get credit for time served. Her defense attorneys say they plan to appeal.




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1 hour ago, mikey mikey said:

Hey s[n]uggie, did you run off and bitch to get me banned like some mewling quim, you fanny fuck?

As you are well aware, I was very open and upfront about mentioning your contravention of forum rules *live* to Kiko in another thread.

I did not, nor would not, expend further time trying to get rid of you for you are prone to hoisting yourself on your own retarded petard (as per the spamming you did that Kiko saw and to which he adequately responded  😂 )

In raising the issue with Kiko, I did so with all the good humour I could muster, which is difficult when you're involved.

Kiko took my mentioning of it with all the humour he could muster and didn't waste too much time over you because, frankly, you don't deserve it. 

You temporarily ceased and desisted because you're a retarded coward (pity you didn't decease instead).

Kiko is to be applauded for the way in which he dealt with you, considering what a gormless, unintelligible mess you are.

Good day to you Sir.


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I've been very patient with you today Sideshow-Mikey.

But if you haven't got a story to post here about Women shooting Men, I would ask that you go and write your graffiti on one of the other many threads reserved for children here at ETF.  Use crayons if you have to.

Try and do the right thing for the first time in your life. You won't regret it.

Anyway, I can't be any clearer than that. Please heed my advice above. Please.

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Now go back and delete that entire last post of yours starting with the word 'Hokay' and replace all words with a single hyphen [ - ], then we'll be square and have no issue.

Do it now, before you forget.

BTW, Scotland is part of the UK and will affect any future election and/or Brexit outcome. The 'Brexit Wrecks it' thread had gone off the boil (mainly because the Tories had ascended and you and your ilk of fair-weather 'posters' only generally comment with anti-Tory posts of often dubious quality).   Scotland's hottest hotel in a Brexit thread?  Makes more sense than a post about Cuba from a cretinous fuck posted in a thread about Australia's indigenous.

No more posting in this thread from you Mikey, unless it's on topic. There's a good fella, off you go.


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How could it be trolling when it was about Scotland?   

It was a single post that did not affect the 'slow flow' of the already slow-moving Brexit Wrecks it thread for which the Americans here at ETF couldn't give a tinker's cuss. Or haven't you noticed that as you stagger aimlessly around in your non-cosseted Sideshow-Mikey world with it's faux Euro-trash focus?

Marginally smarter people like Foxy, looked at the pictures but didn't throw a wobbly like you. They just moved along waiting on some anti-Tory bullshit to be Tweeted to them so they could post 'anything' as Jerry fails and your hopes dive.

But as you've done before, you overreacted and went berko. You Sir were in the wrong queue when brains were being handed out.

Note that no one has posted anything on that thread since your last trite Tweet post (here's a tip: you post too many Tweets but I guess that's in keeping with your superficiality and lack of ability to think for yourself). Maybe your shitposting Tweety-crap has killed that thread.

But you were going to tell me about the relevance of the Cuba post in an Indigenous Australia thread. Ahh, don't bother, it's like talking to a fish.

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Woman found guilty in shooting
death of Okie police officer

Shawnee, OK  —  A woman has been found guilty of second-degree murder for her role in the 2017 shooting death of a 22-year-old police officer in central Oklahoma.

A Pottawatomie County jury found 24-year-old Brooklyn Williams guilty Friday and recommended she be sentenced to 25 years in prison. Formal sentencing is set for March 2019.

Brooklyn was driving a car carrying Byron Shepard when Tecumseh police Officer Justin Terney stopped her for a traffic violation. Authorities say Shepard ran when Terney learned of an arrest warrant against him, and the two eventually shot each other.

Shepard, who was wanted after being accused of stealing a pickup and equipment from a drilling company, recovered. He awaits trial on a first-degree murder charge.

Prosecutors alleged Brooklyn knew Shepard was wanted and she was harboring him.


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Woman shoots man who may
turn out not to be a 'burglar'

Leavenworth, KS  —  Leavenworth police say a 74-year-old woman fatally shot a man who she thought was trying to burglarize her home.

Police Chief Kitchens says when officers responded to the woman’s early morning call they found 41-year-old ‘suspect’, Ralph Byrd Jr, suffering from a gunshot wound.

The Leavenworth Times reports Byrd was pronounced dead at the scene.

Kitchens says the woman suffered a “medical event” after the shooting and was taken to hospital and was expected to survive.

Police Chief Kitchens says the focus of the investigation will be to determine if Byrd was committing a burglary at the time he was shot dead.


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Woman shoots male driver dead
in alleged kidnap imbroglio

Fairfield, CA  —  Authorities say a woman has shot and killed a male driver during a Northern California police chase after she claimed the man kidnapped her and a 10-month-old child.

Fairfield Police say the 24-year-old woman was in a white station wagon when she yelled to a police sergeant that she’d been kidnapped.

A car chase ensued during which investigators say the woman managed to shoot the driver. The car crashed into two other vehicles. The man later died at hospital. The child wasn’t hurt.

Police say the driver and the woman lived together in Fairfield and the incident is being investigated as a domestic dispute.


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Woman shoots male neighbor
in Northeast Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA  - A man is fighting for his life after police say he was shot twice by his next door neighbor in Northeast Philadelphia.

Police say an unidentified woman shot her neighbor, a 24-year-old man, once in the right side of his stomach and once in his lower hip.

The man was taken to Einstein Medical Center where he is currently in a critical condition.

Police have released few details regarding what led to the shooting or a possible motive. They say the woman, who has been living in the neighborhood for a few months, has a permit to carry a weapon.

They have not yet revealed whether she will face any charges.


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Woman injured in Omaha
shooting death of male 

Omaha, NE  —  Police say a man was killed and a woman was wounded in an Omaha shooting.

Officers arrived at a home in northeast Omaha where they found the man’s dead body and the wounded woman.

She was taken to Nebraska Medical Center.

Police identified the man as 18-year-old Elijah Foster and the woman as 20-year-old Erica Robinson.

Officers are investigating. No arrests have yet been reported.


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Woman shoots man dead and
drags his body into her home

Oklahoma City, OK  -  A 36-year-old Oklahoma City woman who admitted to shooting a man dead has now been charged with manslaughter.

Trichell Jones was charged in Oklahoma County District Court on one count of first-degree manslaughter and one count of possession of a firearm after a felony conviction.

Trichell had initially reported the shooting to police but had told dispatchers an unknown person had shot a man staying at her home, according to a court affidavit.

But as was being led to a police vehicle, investigators say she changed her story.

She told investigators the man had been staying at her home for several days until she asked him to leave. But when the man refused, she got a handgun from her bedroom. As she was checking to make sure the man was leaving, she saw him coming back into the house via the garage and she shot him, according to the affidavit.

She also told police she pulled the dead man's body back into the home and hid her guns before officers arrived.


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Woman arrested after shots
fired at couple near home

Las Vegas, NV  -  A woman has been arrested in connection with an early morning shooting in the east Las Vegas Valley.

Police responded to a call of ‘shots fired’ at a man and his fiancee who were standing in front of their residence when a black sports utility vehicle pulled up and a person, or persons, inside the SUV fired multiple shots toward the couple.

Nobody was struck by the gunfire.

The SUV fled south on North Pecos Road, was pursued by police and when the SUV stopped, the suspects ran from the SUV into an apartment upon which the police set up a barricade.

One of the male suspects surrendered and was taken into custody. The other two suspects tried to flee but were apprehended with the help of K9 and air units, police said.


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Woman, or women, conspire to confuse London
police who then shoot a man 'unintentionally'

London, UK  -  A man has been “unintentionally” shot by police after officers responded to reports of a woman being held against her will by armed men at a south London pub.

Police received a call from a woman who said that another woman was being held against her will at the Anchor pub in Lewisham.

Armed officers responded and stopped a car being driven from the pub during which a police firearm was “unintentionally discharged” hitting a man who sustained a gunshot injury.

The victim – believed to be in his 20s – was taken to a hospital in south London but his condition is not considered life-threatening. The man has been arrested along with another occupant from the vehicle.

The Independent Office for Police Conduct has launched an independent investigation into the shooting and the directorate of professional standards has been notified.

Officers attended the Anchor pub and arrested five other men, yet mysteriously no woman was found during a search of the pub.

The reports of a woman being held against her will are being investigated by detectives from the south-east criminal investigation department, who want the original caller – who only gave her first name and who called from a phone box on Morden Hill, just off Lewisham Road – to make contact.

Det Ch Insp James Stanyer said: “Detectives are working hard to fully understand this incident and our inquiries are at an early stage.

“It is vital that we hear again from the original caller in this case. Officers, including armed police, rightly deployed urgently to the area following her phone call, and this has resulted in a number of searches and seven people being arrested.

“Whatever the circumstances of the call, it is important that this [woman] calls police again as soon as possible.”


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Woman gets 20 years for killing
husband, dismembering body

Coventry Township, OH  - A woman who authorities say killed her husband and dismembered his body has been sentenced in an Ohio courtroom to at least 20 years in prison.

The Akron Beacon Journal reports 50-year-old Marcia Eubank, of Coventry Township, pleaded guilty to murder, tampering with evidence and gross abuse of a corpse charges.

Prosecutors say she shot 54-year-old Howard Eubank during a domestic dispute in June 2017, used power and hand tools to cut up his body, and placed his remains in storage containers. The couple’s adult son found one of the containers the following December.


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Woman accused of road rage, shot
male Cadillac driver in the face

Laredo, TX  -  A woman has been accused of shooting a man in the face with a gun during an alleged road rage incident in central Laredo.

Mary Castillo, 21, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (BB gun).

Officers said a silver Cadillac DeVille had cut off a Chevy Silverado. When the Cadillac stopped in the 3400 block of San Francisco Avenue, the driver of the Silverado, Mary, confronted the driver.

Mary then allegedly shot the driver of the Cadillac and left the scene in her Silverado going west on Lafayette Street. Police said Mary then caught up to the Cadillac and rear-ended it as police arrived.

The driver of the Cadillac sustained a cut to the upper lip and nose area when he was hit by the firearm's projectile. He was taken to Laredo Medical Center for treatment.


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Woman tells boyfriend  
to shoot her father

Madison, WI  -  A Madison couple has been charged with first-degree reckless injury after a man shot his girlfriend’s father — at her behest — outside an apartment building as the father and daughter argued.

Richard  Adams, 37, and Nicole Nelson, 35, were both charged with first-degree reckless injury for the shooting. Adams also faces charges of gun possession by a felon and felony bail jumping.

According to the criminal complaint, Nelson’s father told police he had gotten into an argument with his daughter outside the building and when Adams pulled out a gun, Nicole shouted, “Shoot him! Shoot him!  The father sustained a gunshot wound to his left hand and a possible wound to his abdomen.

Adams was jailed on $100,000 bail and Nicole on $10,000 bail. Assistant District Attorney Robin Lee said he thought that was far too little because the case could easily have been charged as an attempted first-degree intentional homicide.


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Woman aimed gun at boyfriend for Snapchat
photo, pulls trigger shooting him dead

Austin, TX  -  A Texas woman faces felony charges after posing for a Snapchat photo that ended with her boyfriend dead, according to police.

Autumn King, 20, picked up an assault rifle and pointed the weapon squarely at her 26-year-old boyfriend Eric Allen at their shared home in Austin, Texas. Eric was holding Autumn’s phone, ready to capture a picture of his girlfriend posing with the rifle for Snapchat — but then she inadvertently pulled the trigger, police said.

Autumn told authorities she was “trying to be like Bonnie and Clyde” and that she “didn’t even pull it (the trigger), I just barely touched it,” KXAN reports.

Eric was dead by the time emergency responders got to the home. The gunshot wound was the cause of death, and the county medical examiner’s office said the death was a homicide.

Two kids were in the apartment during the shooting, police said.

“A 10-year-old and a nine-month-old got to watch their daddy die today. The hardest thing in the world that you can see is your daddy laying on the floor dead,” LaQuisha Allen, the victim’s sister, told KXAN.


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Woman fires 15 shots at two
men looking for their dog

Goodlettsville,TN  -  Metro police have arrested a woman who they say fired more than a dozen shots at two men who were looking for their dog.

Ashley Pepin, 32, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

The two men told police they were out raccoon hunting with their dog when it ran off. The dog had a GPS device so the men tracked it to Ridgewood Road.

As the two pulled into the driveway, police say Pepin came out and asked if they had any beer. The men said they did not and told Pepin they were looking for their dog.

According to the affidavit, Pepin told the men she had the dog and invited them inside. When the men declined, police say Pepin went inside, grabbed a gun and came back outside, pointing the gun at the men. Officers say as they were backing out of the driveway, she started shooting, firing about 15 shots.

Officers say Pepin admitted to shooting at the men and to drinking. Officers reporting finding shell casing outside her house. The arrest affidavit makes no mention of what happened to the dog the men were looking for.


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Woman shoots ex-lover and
girlfriend in bad bust-up

Saginaw, MI  -  A breakup involving two women and a new girlfriend led to an attack that left all three women shot, according to Saginaw County Sheriff William Federspiel.

“One fell out of love with the other and in love with someone else,” Federspiel said. “She couldn’t handle it and was going to kill them all and maybe even herself.”

Sherry Mandel, 56, of Owosso, is accused of parking her vehicle down the road and walking to her ex-girlfriend’s home armed with a wrench and handgun, according to Federspiel.

Police believe Sherry forced her way inside the home and bound and gagged her ex-girlfriend while waiting for the woman’s new girlfriend to arrive, Federspiel said.

Once the third woman arrived, police allege Sherry shot her and then turned the gun on her ex and shot her as well, the sheriff said.

“Then there was a struggle and the gun went off and the suspect was shot as well and that bought time for the two victims to get out of the home,” Federspiel said.

One of Federspiel’s sheriff detectives was nearby and able to arrive on the scene along with officers from Michigan State Police and St. Charles police. They moved the victims away from the area to an ambulance which took them to a nearby airfield to be flown to hospitals.

The victims are listed in serious and critical conditions.

Sherry barricaded herself in the home, but police were able to talk her out. She was transported to a Saginaw hospital where she was treated and released into police custody.

She was arraigned on two counts of assault with intent to murder and one count of felony firearms. Each assault charge is punishable by up to life in prison.

The judge set a $1 million cash bond for Sherry.


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