When the couple’s argument became physical, their son went upstairs and asked for help from the neighbor, who grabbed his gun and returned to the kid’s apartment with him. Read more
A night filled with bizarre and unexplained behavior led the suspect to be tased by officers twice in one night, but after the second time, he suffered cardiac arrest and died.
The senators claim that the store’s current policy allows Kroger employees and customers to be terrified while shopping due to “gun extremists… flaunting assault rifles,” adding, “There is simply no reason why someone would need an AK-47 to purchase milk, bread, or other basic necessities at a grocery store.” Read more
While taking a statement from a clerk who had just reported a robbery, officers learned that a suspect armed with a rifle attempting to rob another store about six blocks away had just been shot by the store clerk. Read more
“He just kept apologizing, saying he was sorry,” recalled the victim, referring to the moment his brother came out with his Smith and Wesson. Read more
Kiejuan Haugabook, a 35-year-old convicted felon, was charged by a U.S. attorney for the District of Connecticut with one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, one count of possession of a sawed-off firearm by a convicted felon, and one count of possession of body armor by a violent felon.
Peter Lanza, the father of Sandy Hook School shooter Adam Lanza, speaks out for the first time about his son and the mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, that left 28 people dead including his ex-wife, Nancy, Adam, 20 school children and six staffers. Read more
Connecticut Carry, a nonprofit pro-gun organization has a simple message for lawmakers: either enforce the new ban on ‘assault weapons’ or repeal the law. Read more