Skip to comments.Hayward: Suspect killed during home invasion robbery
Posted on 02/16/2014 12:00:39 PM PST by marktwain
HAYWARD -- A man was killed late Sunday afternoon during an apparent home invasion robbery.
Dispatchers with the Hayward Police Department received a call at 5:28 p.m. regarding a man who had been shot during a possible home invasion robbery in the 21000 block of Western Boulevard, according to a news release.
When police arrived, a victim told them one male suspect, who was shot, was inside the home, and that other suspects had fled the residence. When officers entered the house, they found a deceased man who had appeared to have been shot, according to the release.
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There are more people there, too ...
Dang, another invader shot. Ummm. Ummm. Ummm. What’s this country coming to?
Considering "afternoon" started here about 14 minutes ago, I wonder what constitutes "early Sunday afternoon."
The story is from 10 February.
...received a call at 5:28 p.m. regarding a man who had been shot...
...a victim told them one male suspect, who was shot...
...they found a deceased man who had appeared to have been shot...
“Detective, this body of a shot man who the homeowner says he shot, appears to have been shot by some kind of shooting device, that somehow shoots shots.”
“Based on my keen sense of deduction, Sergeant, I suspect that the shot man who the homeowner says he shot, and appears to have been shot by some kind of shooting device that somehow shoots shots, was shot by what we detectives call ‘a bullet’. It is a projectile that is projected by some kinds of projectile projecting device that somehow projects projectiles. More often than not, bullets.”
You must be with The Department Of Redundancy Department!
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And in Florida, apparently, missiles.
From news reports in Jacksonville on the guilty verdicts against Michael Dunn in the "loud music murder" trial:
"Jurors told Judge Russell Healey in a note that they had reached a verdict on four counts, including three counts of attempted first-degree murder and one count of firing a deadly missile into an occupied vehicle."
Ya know so ya just never know ya know.