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The phony delivery man attempted to burglarize a home with two accomplices, but was turned away by the homeowner

The trio did not manage to steal anything during their first known robbery attempt.

Police in Palo Alto, California, are searching for three robbery suspects who attempted a home invasion at gunpoint, including one who pretended to be a pizza delivery man, authorities announced.

On Sunday, August 2, the fake pizza shop employee knocked on the door of a home and told the teenager who answered that he was delivering a pizza the family had ordered.

When the young girl told him that he was mistaken, he pushed his way inside. He was followed by two masked accomplices who were carrying a handgun and a knife.

The girl’s mother appeared and suffered a “small abrasion to her face” when one of the men attempted to quiet her screams, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The girl’s father then appeared, and the thieves turned and ran away without stealing anything. The suspects were in the home for less than a minute. Police are continuing to search for all three suspects.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


Investigators want to know why a man who was shot and killed was in a family’s home.

It's the first deadly shooting in Gillespie county in ten years. Deputies say it appears 30-year-old Dan Speight broke into the homeowners garage. That homeowner woke up, walked up to Speight and asked what he was doing.

The homeowner told deputies Speight didn't answer, but ran towards him. Investigators say the homeowner shot Speight twice.

Dan Speight did have a criminal history in Gillespie County. He’d been arrested and convicted for burglary.

The shooting death of a man in north Nashville late Sunday night is being investigated as a justifiable homicide, Metro Police said Monday.

Ronnie Hubert Tucker, 48, was shot around 11 p.m. inside his home on Boyd Drive. Joseph Bond shot Tucker, police said, after Tucker hit his niece with a golf club and then attacked Bond. Tucker’s daughter told police that Tucker attacked Stokes and Bond without provocation.

The niece, Tanisha Stokes, 20, was treated for a bruise to the head at Centennial Medical Center. Bond was treated at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after he accidently shot himself in the arm while shooting at Tucker, police said.

Tucker’s arrest history showed a number of assault charges.

A man who could have spent his life behind bars for the 2005 kidnapping of a 10-year-old boy pleaded guilty to the crime and was sentenced to 30 years on Friday. Last October, David Nieves broke into a Westside home and grabbed the child from his bedroom. Police credit the boy's father with saving his son.

During his testimony, the victim's father also said that he had stopped Nieves and had a gun to his head and held him there for 35 minutes until police arrived. He said during that time he considered shooting the kidnapper, then looked at the judge, saying, 'It's not my job to punish him, it's your job."

TUSCALOOSA | Police say the man who shot and killed another man at A-1 Auto Supply Wednesday may have been acting in self-defense.

The man’s name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime. Any charges that could be filed will be decided by a grand jury, said Lt. Loyd Baker, commander of the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit.

The man acknowledged that he shot and killed Tim Parker III, an employee of Parker Wrecker Service, at the business around noon Wednesday. Parker Wrecker rents building space from A-1.

“We interviewed the shooter at length [Wednesday] night and discussed the case with the district attorney and decided that it will be forwarded to a grand jury," Baker said.

Employees at the business said they heard the two men arguing before hearing a gunshot shortly after noon.

Muncie, Indiana

Police: Woman fired gunshot at fleeing intruder

A 41-year-old Muncie woman fired a gun at a man who had tried to break into her house, she told police.

The thwarted burglary comes less than a week after another Muncie woman beat a suspected burglar with a cooking pot.

The woman was asleep early Saturday morning in her home in the 1300 block of East Fifth Street when she heard noises and saw a figure outside her bedroom window, she told police.

She went to her front door with her .38-caliber revolver and fired a shot in the direction of the burglar as he ran eastward from her home, according to police reports that documented her story.

Responding officers checked her gun and found a spent round in one of the revolver's six chambers.

The woman had a valid handgun permit.

No arrests had been made in connection with the would-be burglary as of late Monday.

Last Tuesday, Sabrena Davis, 36, whacked Timothy A. Simison, 27, Hartford City, with a 10-inch cooking pot after he broke into her enclosed porch, police said.

Simison was arrested that morning.


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