While some seemed unsure of the armed citizen’s reaction to the robbery, a local gun rights group said it appears innocent lives were saved.
A Connecticut man was sentenced to a year in federal prison for prank calls that elicit SWAT teams, bomb squads, police and other emergency responders.
Despite the employee’s claim that she was only joking, she has since been suspended.
The man’s lawyer said he is ready to move on and make the most of his life, despite his disability.
Not wanting to miss an opportunity to steal something, the five suspects took the woman’s cell phone before leaving.
The armed suspects approached the man as he came home and forced him inside, but after a struggle the homeowner shot both suspects multiple times.
Gun control advocates filed a complaint against the NRA saying it violated Connecticut election laws in trying to defeat Gov. Dannel Malloy in 2014.
A settlement has been reached in lawsuits filed by the families of some of the people killed and injured during the December 2012 Newtown mass shooting.
Connecticut lawyer Peter Sachs said the teen may face legal ramifications and noted that while there are countless ways drones can be helpful, a remote-controlled weapon in the hands of a teen is not one of them.
Prompted by a deadly mass shooting at a Charleston church last month, South Carolina gun control advocates rallied on Capitol Hill Wednesday morning.