After they observed the boy’s odd behavior then realized two guns were missing, the parents rushed to the school where they heard a gunshot as they entered.
The store also offered a free TV for those who did not want a firearm, but all qualifying customers opted for the gun and not one took the TV.
A 35-year-old U.S. citizen driving a U-Haul truck up to a check point alerted a K-9 on the scene and when he was ordered to drive the truck to a secondary position, he instead sped away.
Jun Wang keeps a loaded shotgun in his closet and another rifle at the ready to give his 13-year old son should things get really real– and he holds firearms classes for members of his community.
The suspect’s wife said he was on a cocaine binge and, in fact, she left the house with their two children Monday “because he was getting out of control.”
An argument erupted when the homeowner asked two uninvited males to leave, and soon thereafter, a man dressed as Freddy Krueger opened fire with a shotgun.
One officer likened the guns to “hazardous waste,” with most of them found after family members die and the finders unsure what to do with them.
“Who doesn’t want to get a shotgun or a rifle and in the process capture the love of their lives?” said store owner Joe Thacker.
While the suspect was distracted aiming the gun at one victim and clearing the pockets of another, the third victim grabbed a shotgun from a nearby truck.
A Florida man was shot and killed by police Thursday morning after he tried to shoot a woman in the head with a shotgun.