Skip to comments.BREAKING NEWS: Black Friday Shopper Shot
Posted on 11/29/2013 8:01:48 AM PST by traumer
LAS VEGS -- Metro police are investigating a shooting that injured a Black Friday shopper.
It happened around 9:45 p.m. Thursday. According to police, a man purchased a big-screen television from the Target near Flamingo Rd. and Maryland Pkwy. While he was walking to a nearby apartment complex, a suspect approached and fired a warning shot, causing the victim to drop the television.
Officers tell 8 News NOW the suspect then took the television to a nearby waiting vehicle, where a second suspect was waiting. As the first suspect was loading the television into the vehicle, the victim approached and tried to get the television back. That prompted the suspect to fire several more rounds, shooting the victim in the leg.
The victim was taken to Sunrise Trauma with non-life threatening injuries.
Metro has not released a description on the suspects or their vehicle. An investigation is ongoing.
description....let me guess....2 eyes, a nose, a mouth, very curly hair.....and......
Bet you anything it was a “non-violent” black teen.
son of ........
Redistribution at its best.
hope he’s insured....
star basket ball player....
Obamanomics and Harry Reid. The disastrous society they have created.
The suspect will surface after he sues the victim for pulling out his back while lifting the stolen TV.
Not exactly a ghetto area but it has the potential.
It’s called “ TRAYVON’S BLACK FRIDAY FIVE FINGER DISCOUNT EXPRESS “
The ghettoers don’t steal from the ghetto, they go where the money is.
Actually, shooting innocent shoppers may qualify the thug for a position on the LVPD.
I’m new here.
Why is this in “Breaking News”?
Does Free Republic use sarcasm tags at all?
Shame. He was just turning his life around...
the TV will be soon on CRAIGSLIST .....
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