A story out of Cleveland today touches on something that is rarely spoken of during defensive gun uses, and that is the danger that can come to bystanders.
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Slightly southwest of Akron lies the city’s suburb of Barberton. A city that has been in the news recently due to it being yet another example of active shooters cutting a swath of blood across this nation of ours over the past week.
According to reports from Ohio news outlets, a 21-year-old living on Colorado Avenue in Lorain was forced to make a potentially life-or-death decision when another 32-year-old man was breaking into his home.
The only open fire at a restaurant should be coming from the kitchen, though in Taco Bell’s case it can come in the bathroom, too. Where it should never come from, though, is from a gun barrel at the front counter. Although just that very thing happened at a Cleveland Taco Bell on Wednesday.
The Cleveland suburb of Elyria was nearly the scene of a mother’s nightmare on Monday night. Thankfully, this mother was able to see off her nightmare thanks to her trusty handgun.
Last year, Concealed Carry Inc. told you the story of Bresha Meadows. A 14-year-old girl from Warren who defended her family from an abusive father by killing him with his own gun as he was attacking her mother and siblings. Now it seems that there is even more to the story.
In what may be considered a nightmare scenario for most gun owners, an Akron man has been dealt the grim reality of shooting a family member in a terrible case of mistaken identity.
On Sunday afternoon, Cleveland police were receiving calls from numerous people, saying they were watching a man rant about his miserable life on Facebook and threaten to kill someone at random. As the calls came in, the police then checked the video and saw the man do just that.
At 9 PM last Thursday evening, Dayton police responded to a report of shots being fired in the 700 block of Hart Street in Dayton.
Craig Noggle, a 66-year-old Army veteran, needed to take matters into his own hands after a burglar charged into his Akron home.