Skip to comments.SC:Suspect Shot After Kicking In Front Door Of Residence
Posted on 03/10/2013 1:02:57 PM PDT by marktwain
The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office says a homeowner shot a suspect after he kicked in his front door.
The shooting happened around 6:30 p.m. on Friday night at 532 Hwy 14 in Landrum.
Master Deputy Kevin Bobo tells 7 On Your Side, the suspects wife was inside the residence with the homeowner.
The suspect has been identified as Dakota Hester. Authorities say he kicked in the door, assaulted his wife then proceeded upstairs.
Deputies say the homeowner, Jonathan Wofford went into his bedroom and locked the door.
Deputies say Hester kicked open the door and then was shot by Wofford.
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>>the suspects wife was inside the residence with the homeowner.<<
His wife was cheating on him.
Headline problem. This occurred in SC, the other Carolina.
A man kicking your door in is “suspected of kicking your door in”?
Political Correctness has led to national insanity.
Reading the comments posted following the “news” article. There seems to be more to this episode than what has been reported.
Suicide by boyfriend? Homicide by girlfriend/boyfriend (set-up, knowing hubbie's temper)?
Or was being sheltered from her wife-beating husband? Seems a bit difficult to draw solid conclusions from the limited information in the story.
I see.... Hubby in the wrong house... kicked in a bedroom door.. WON!!! a personal meet and greet ticket with Jesus.. CHECK...
Must’ve been a religious man... that hubby..
The phrase that drives me crazy is “ran him over”. Is this versus “ran him under”? In my day it was “ran over him”. Or someone pleaded guilty. IMO it should be “pled guilty”. I don’t care whether spell check likes it or not. Someone may have pleaded for their life but when we are talking about a criminal or someone who has admits in engaging in wrong doing, he pled guilty.
Last words before going into Surgery, the Bitch set me up.
Master Deputy? Sounds like "Senior of the Pee-ons" or something.
Thank God for hurricanes and their codes.
An ext. door in S FL can not be kicked in by any means. Plus they open out.
Now see, parents, when you name your child Dakota, and then he/she ends up at the wrong end of a gun, readers don’t know whether he was a he or she was a she.
This reminds me of the popular country song, “Redneck Crazy.” Dakota could have decided that, if his wife preferred the “homeowner” to him, good riddance to bad rubbish.
If you had twins, they could be North and South....
That would work with Carolinas, as well, but one could assume they were girls.
The man retreated to his bedroom. Not the actions of someone attempting to protect a beaten woman.
You go boffin someone else’s squeeze, you best be ready for your front door to come caving in on you.
Just “The Rule of Natural Law,” doncha know.
Where he got his gun. At this point, with such limited information from the article, any possibility advanced is purely speculation.
Or someone pleaded guilty. IMO it should be pled guilty. I dont care whether spell check likes it or not. Someone may have pleaded for their life but when we are talking about a criminal or someone who has admits in engaging in wrong doing, he pled guilty.
Exactly, Grams A! .....Drives me nuts to see so many articles and TV talking heads ignore the past tense word “pled”. ....If someone is severely cut and dies of blood loss do they report that the person “bleeded out”?; no, they say “bled out”.