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Burglars call cops when victim pulls gun, Deputy had to tase a student and SPANKING THAT 8 year!!!
Burglars call cops on homeowner after breaking in when he pulls his gun on them and fires two warning shots in the air
Two transients who broke into a man’s home in Oregon and started attacking him with a baseball bat got more than they bargained for when he pulled a gun on them. Joseph Killingsworth, 27, and Johnny Moore, 25, called police after their victim fired two rounds from a shotgun into the air, the Coos County Sheriff's Office said. The men had gone to the home in Coos Bay accompanied by several aggressive dogs and a baseball bat on a mission to physically attack a 23-year-old man.
Court rules father used 'reasonable force' when spanking son, 8, at a party after the boy cursed at an adult
A state appeals court has ruled that a Long Island father used reasonable force when he spanked his eight-year-old son for cursing at an adult. Newsday reports that the state Appellate Division dismissed a child neglect proceeding against the man last week. The father had used the disciplinary action in October 2012 during a party at a friend's house.
Video reveals why sheriff's deputy used Taser on Bastrop student
Newly obtained video reveals, for the first time in his own words, why a sheriff's deputy said he used his Taser on a 17-year-old high school student last year, leaving him with brain damage. Deputy Randy McMillan told investigators Noe Nino De Rivera, a student at Cedar Creek High School, was acting combative and was in a "fighting stance" in the moment he used the weapon, causing the student to fall back and hit his head. "I felt the best course of action would be the Taser," McMillan said in a videotaped interview with the Texas Rangers, who were investigating whether he used excessive force. "With pepper spray, there's just too many kids in there. I felt the Taser was the best way to get him under control."