Skip to comments.NC: Armed Victim, Armed Samaritan, Police, Stop Crime Spree ~ VIDEO
Posted on 02/11/2020 9:20:29 AM PST by marktwain
Screenshot from WCNC video, cropped and scaled by Dean Weingarten
An armed victim, armed Samaritans, and the police all worked together to arrest young, violent, criminal suspects and stop a crime spree in Charlotte, N.C.
The details of the events are recorded in the reporting of WCNC, but they take some careful reading to untangle.
It probably started on January 29th. That is when the car the criminals used in their crime spree was reported stolen. We do not know the precise time the offenders stole the white Toyota Camry they used in their crimes.
Early in the morning of 4 February 2020, at about 4:30 a.m., two suspects tried to break into a vehicle at Otter Creek Drive. The husband of the woman who owned the car told police two suspects had fired shots at him as they drove away in a white Toyota Camry.
About 20 minutes later, it is believed the same suspects attempted an armed robbery/carjacking at Clems Branch Drive. A masked suspect threatened a driver. This victim was armed. He fired at the suspect who ran from the scene. The white Toyota Camry drove off.
A white Toyota Camry was spotted by the police moments later. The driver refused to pull over. The pursuit led to Bevington Place, where the driver crashed the white Toyota Camry into a tree. It appears to have been totaled. The police arrested the driver at the scene. At this point, the police found the white Toyota Camry had been stolen.
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A better ending:
A 17-year-old had reportedly attempted to steal a car from a woman and was killed by an armed citizen.
I’m guessing from the lack of description that if 0bama has sons the “suspects” could have been his sons.
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