Skip to comments.Hot Dog Stand Purse Snatching Leads to Shooting in Miami (Husband Chased Purse Thief)
Posted on 01/14/2013 4:38:32 PM PST by nickcarraway
Man who tried to chase down thief who stole wife's purse shot: Police
A man who tried to chase down a suspect who stole his wife's purse at a Miami hot dog stand wound up hospitalized after he was shot Sunday, police said.
The incident happened at the hot dog stand in the 1900 block of Northwest 21st Street.
Police said the couple had just bought a hot dog and were standing at the business when someone took the woman's purse.
The husband chased after the thief but was shot in the leg, Miami Police spokesman Willie Moreno said. He was hospitalized but expected to be fine.
Police said the suspect and another man fled the scene in a beige car. No one else was injured.
Bullets can run well over the speed of sound.
Miami: soon to be Florida’s detroit.
Avoid Miami/Dade county at all cost.
The rest of my state is nice though.
Caveat: Unless knowledgeable of the area and well armed/trained. I was born and raised here in Miami-Dade. I've been a public school teacher here for 24 years and spent 16 of those deep in inner city high schools. They're a very rough crowd but if you're a sheepdog the wolves both young and old tend to sense it and won't mess with you. But all sheep are there to be shorn. This guy obviously had a wide streak of the sheepdog in him, but he ignored that rule about being aware and knowledgeable of your surroundings. You don't run off into a possible ambush without being very aware of the situation. I completely disagree on the parallel to Detroit, too. Miami will always be full of beautiful folks and awesome weather while Detroit resembles the apocalypse. Miami will always be awash in money and Detroit will not, at least not to the same degree.
All hot dog stands should be closed (/libtard “thinking”)
Where were the police during the LA riots? The Koreans were the true sheepdogs there.
According to Jesse Jackson, it's the purse manufacturer's fault.
Checked several sources and didn’t find a description. That did not go unnoticed in some of the ‘comments’ section.
The good news for the victim is that the perps probably do less financial damage with that purse than the wife.
Criminal attacks you or someone else, shoot them, do not chase them. If you are unarmed, leave it to the police and see it as a valuable lesson of what can happen to you if you are unarmed.
Miami on Biscayne Bay is one of the more beautiful settings for a city, too. I remember it from many years ago.
Sheepdogs among the citizens hold the line where necessary but they're there to HELP not run the effort on their own. Those Korean's in LA were taking care of themselves, not the greater metropolis. That was a job for an out numbered and out gunned police who eventually had to bring in the national guard and even then the US Army was standing by in the wings. As long as the military abides by the Constitution and the civil federal government does the same they are acting within the boundaries of their official warrants under the law. When they step outside the Constitution is where the Constitution provides WE THE PEOPLE with a remedy internal to itself. We call it the Second Amendment.
So Obama is Commander-in-Chief of the police, too? Look, police are not part of this nation's 'official armed forces'. They are a civil creation of state and local governments under authority of the Tenth Amendment.
The armed citizen is a vital component, but it's not the only component.
Which means he is not one of the helpless sheep, either. Not only is it BS, it is downright patronizing and arrogant for cops to present themselves as big sheepdog protecting helpless 'civilians'.
The military are the only ones entitled to be called 'sheepdogs'.
Now, you could argue that the military, in the form of the militia, is a sheepdog at home as well. I would agree with that.
>> Miami: soon to be Floridas Detroit. Avoid Miami/Dade county at all cost. The rest of my state is nice though.
Comments from one who grew up in Miami:
1/ Starting with the mass arrivals of Castro-era refugees in the ‘60s, Miami began changing, and not for the better. With the Mariel boatlift in 1980, it blossomed into the turd-world sh!thole it has become today. Crime, rudeness, drive-by shootings, political corruption, and traffic insanity are the norm. If you come, enjoy the white sandy beaches and the swaying palm trees, admire all the nouveau riche Pedro Palaces, but watch your back. Stay out of traffic; if not: Keep your windows rolled up. Don’t use your turn signals . Drive 20-30 MPH above the speed limit like the rest of us. Ignore horn blowing and rude gestures.
2/ From a fellow Miami-dwelling Freeper’s recent post: “Property means little to Hispanics because their society does not have the assurance of person and property, of presumption of innocence, etc. The Hispanic perspective on security of property can be measured in the long history of iron bars on all openings of their buildings. Contrary to Libtard propaganda, they know their cultures propensity for what Americans call theft.”
3/ Let’s not be too positive about Orlando - crime rates are skyrocketing. It will take another 20 years, but it’s on its way to becoming Miami, Jr.
Good description of the guilty car.
There is a bit of information missing though. Nobody ever seems to see a very useful detail and important feature that would be very useful to the public and would help public safety. It is always missing from these newspaper descriptions of violent criminals.
You misunderstand. I never said that there were only two types of people. I said the armed citizen is the sheepdog, along with the police all of whom must work together to preserve our society.
Obama has nothing to do with local or state police forces, that's self evident. But all of those groups have a duty of care by legislation to be the primary guardians of security. But they can't be everywhere and when they're not around or available it falls to the civilian sheepdogs to hold the line, until the cavalry can arrive to clean up the mess and take the reports. It matters not a whit what is the source of the creation of police forces, they are STILL charged with securing public safety as a primary force. They are the only people authorized to take pre-emptive action to arrest anybody. Sheepdogs can't do those kinds of things, nor should they. Unfortunately "the big sheepdog as cop" is an intrenched part of our society. It's the reason so many bad laws get passed that restrict our rights. It's one of the driving forces used against the people by would-be tyrants. But the image is there, nonetheless.
The military are sheepdogs and they are the only source for American sheepdogs off home soil, but they do not and can not operate alone. There has to be a civilian component to hold them to Constitutional standards. And they have to know that we won't be ridden over roughshod just because some politician makes a comment construed as an order, especially where it directly violates the U.S. Constitution!
"Most of the people in our society are sheep. They are kind, gentle, productive creatures who can only hurt one another by accident."
It makes no mention of armed citizens. Just a bunch of patronizing, contemptuous BS.
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