Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Update - July 22, 2009

Well, here's today's round-up. The crimes for today include road rage, aggrevated menacing, DWI, attempted kidnapping, attempting to bring a firearm into an airport, etc. Remember, the latest additions are in red.
Conceal Carry Crimes

July 2009 - Crime: Aggrevated menacing, DWI, having drug paraphenalia, and violating concealed carry laws http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20090719/NEWS0107/907200326/Soldier+charged+with++road+rage++

Cincinnati, Ohio - Kyle Adam Rogers, a CCW holder and member of the US Army was charged after brandishing a gun during a road rage incident. He was arrested a few blocks from where the incident took place.

July 2009 - Crime: Unlawful display, aiming or discharging a dangerous weapon http://www.kvnews.com/articles/2009/07/18/news/doc4a6169739cd9e079166508.txt

Ellenburg, Washington - Dustin Sims, a CCW permit holder, became angry at a truck driving down the street, took out his semi-automatic and pointed at the vehicle. He then walked several blocks while waving the gun around. He was spotted by police and arrested.

July 2009 - Crime: Attempted kidnapping, carrying a concealed weapon while intoxicated, and resisting arrest http://missoulian.com/articles/2009/07/21/news/local/news05.txt

Wye, Montana - David William Larsen, a concealed carry permit holder, attempted to carjack by gunpoint a vehicle which contained three small children. As the mother and aunt fought the man, he attempted to pull his firearm from his ankle holster. Passersby contained the man until police came but when police arrived, he once again attempted to utilize his gun. Luckily, no one was injured.

July 2009 - Crime: Bringing a gun into an airport http://www.miamiherald.com/news/florida/AP/story/1149653.html

St. Petersburg, Florida - Frances Fuller, a CCW permit holder, attempted to bring a handgun through a security checkpoint in the St. Petersburg airport. Ms. Fuller stated she forgot she was carrying and was cooperative with police.
Edmond, Oklahoma – An angry driver pulls a gun on an Oklahoma couple during a road rage incident. Concealed weapons permit holder, 43-year-old Darryl Inman, charged with felony. Inman is currently a pilot for JetBlue.
Boise, Idaho – After witnessing a petty theft, Concealed weapons permit holder, Paul Brookhouse attempted to make a citizen’s arrest. Unfortunately, he chose to pull his gun and identify himself as a police office. Now, both the thief and Mr. Brookhouse are facing charges. Police appreciated the help but stated that in a situation like this, there was no reason to pull a firearm.

July 2009 – Crime: Domestic violence and assaulting a police officer
Galion, Ohio – Police responding to a domestic violence call shoot and kill William Kitzmiller. Concealed weapons permit holder Kitzmiller told his wife if she called the police he “would not be taken easily.” When police tried to disarm him an officer was shot in the hand, a second officer returned fire and struck and killed Kitzmiller.
July 2009 – Crime: Speeding and concealing a weapon
Lisbon, Ohio – Concealed weapons permit holder, 50-year-old William Lewis, was stopped for speeding, forgot to tell police officers he had a loaded .40-caliber pistol in his car and reached for the gun when he opened his glove compartment to get his car registration. Lewis has been charged with carrying a concealed weapon.
Jeffersonville, Kentucky – Concealed weapons permit holder, 39-year-old Michael Dunn, is being held on seven counts of first-degree child sodomy in a case involving a 14-year-old boy. In a separate case, Dunn is being charged with filing incomplete firearms training records while servicing as a concealed weapons instructor. In February 2008 a grand jury found Dunn acted in self-defense when he shot and killed a man during a dispute at his home.
Tampa, Florida – Marcos Antonio Truillio, a concealed weapons permit holder, shot Carlos Aris, a graphics artist working for the Seventh Day Adventist Church, because he thought the man was breaking into his house. Family members say he had been going door to door evangelizing.
July 2009 - Crime: DWI, Using weapons while intoxicated and possession of marijuana
Seven Hills, Ohio - Concealed weapons permit holder, 43-year-old Russell Larson, was pulled over for going 50 mph in a 25 mph zone. Larson, who had eight prior operating a vehicle while intoxicated arrests, had a loaded .45-caliber pistol in his car, as well as a large folding knife, brass knuckles, and a bag of marijuana. He was charged with operated a vehicle while intoxicated , felony improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, using weapons while intoxicated, and possession of marijuana.
July 2009 - Crime: Felony hit and run, DWI
Corunna, Michigan – Shiawassee Co. prosecutor and CCW permit holder Randy Colbry was responsible for an afternoon hit and run accident and found guilty of DWI. He voluntarily surrendered his CCW permit.
July 2009 – Crime: Promoting illegal gambling
Rotterdam, New York – Gary DiCocco, CCW permit holder, was found guilty of promoting illegal gambling in a sport –betting operation which netted $250,000 in two months.
Ann Arbor, Michigan - A CCW permit holder was arrested after shots were fired during a fight in front of a restaurant. According to reports the fight was concerning damage to a car.
April 2009 - Crime: Three counts of homicide, aggrevated assault, and a weapons violation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Richard Poplawski, a CCW permit holder, ambushed four police officers, killing three and wounding one.
March 2009 – Crime: Eleven counts of murder and arson
Kinston, Alabama - CCW permit holder, Michael McClendon killed 11 people including the wife of a deputy sheriff.
Los Angeles, California - Concealed carry weapon permit holder, Robert O'Ryan was arrested after jumping the fence at CBS Studios and attempting to meet Shawn Johnson. A search of his car at the time of the arrest found a loaded handgun, a loaded shotgun, duct tape and love letters to Johnson. The 17 year old's parents are filing for a restraining order against O'Ryan.
February 2009 – Crime: Three counts of first degree murder, attempted first degree murder, one count of second degree murder, second degree kidnapping
Brockport, New York - CCW holder Frank Garcia killed three people and wounded one in upstate New York. Reports are that the killings occurred because the women had reported Garcia for sexual harassment.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -Tye Burke, CCW holder, put a gun to a man's head at a children's soccer game because he took issue with a coach's call. The victim was the coach's husband.
Windsor, Cororado -CCW Holder, Thomas Krueger was arrested on school grounds carrying a loaded Glock and drinking alcohol.
Spring Hill, Florida - Gerald Deaguiar, a CCW permit holder was stopped after racing at 90 MPH. He had a blood alcohol four times the legal limit and a gun on each hip.
Provo, Utah – CCW holder David Ragsdale pulled up to his church parking lot and shot his wife 12 times.
November 2007 – Crime: Having firearm on school property
Huber Heights, Ohio – CCW holder was found passed out in her car carrying a firearm on a Wednesday morning at the St. Peter Catholic School
October 2007 - Crime: Assault, obstruction of Justice, resisting arrest
Wheeling, West Virginia - Gary Clyde Borham, a CCW permit holder, got into a shouting match with an individual indentified as Eric Popish, concerning how fast Mr. Borham he was driving in a grocery store parking lot. Mr. Borham decided to up the ante by informing Mr. Popish that he should "back off because he had one" and that he had a concealed carry permit. Mr. Borham, a short time later discovered that it's not a good idea to threaten was an off duty police officer. The case was later dismissed with prejudice and Mr. Borham has filed suit. [ed. From the sound of the wording of the complaint, these individuals know and actively dislike each other.]
Beavercreek, Ohio – CCW holder Jason Todd Waple placed his 9 mm handgun up to a man’s neck after a New Year’s Eve traffic dispute.
Sanford, NC – CCW holder Horace Greeley Dawson arrested for shooting his neighbor, Richard Raab after a long standing feud. Dawson was later acquitted of first degree murder.
June 2004 – Crime: Illegal possession of a firearm in a courthouse
Dayton, Ohio – CCW holder Douglas Lyons attempted to enter the Montgomery County courthouse to see an inmate while carrying a firearm.
2002 – According to Salt Lake City Tribune, 584 CCW’s were revoked because of crimes committed between 1994 - 2001.

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