From WeaponsMan.com, here.
This is actually great! Home invasion with brass knuckles and knives v. a home owner w/an AR & standard capacity (30 round) magazine. Score? Home Owner 4, Home Invader ZIP. Heh. Made my day! Thanks, WeaponsMan!!
If you’re not going to WeaponMan’s site every day, you oughta be!
Midday. Your dad’s house. You and Dad are home.
A tremendous crash comes from the glass back door of your home, and you arm yourself. The AR should back them down, but when you meet, there are three of them, in black hoodies and masks, and they threaten you. They’re only armed with tools brass knucks, and knives, but your life just became a real-life Tueller Drill in your own damn kitchen.
That appears to be what actually happened. Four youthful career criminals from Owasso, OK, went to a neighborhood in Broken Arrow, OK, in which they’d been finding easy pickings. They had burglar tools and contact weapons. The 21-year-old woman who drove the getaway car, Elizabeth Rodriguez, supposedly organized the whole thing — she knew the young man in the house, and knew what property he and his father had for stealing. Like guns.
She waited in the getaway car with her three young children while her three pals went a-viking.
The three bold youths, Max Cook, Jacob Redfearn and Jake Woodruff, were ready for resistance — they would beat it down, or stab it. They didn’t know anyone was home, or, more likely, they didn’t care.
Now, they’re beyond caring. The three young criminals are at ambient temperature — two were DRT in the kitchen, and one made it to the driveway before collapsing. The last thing he saw in his worthless thieving life was probably his getaway driver (and the three kids comprising her next generation of idiots) running away on him. Not that it did her any good. As you’ll read below, she’s in the bag and will answer for her fellow criminals’ deaths in their mutual felony enterprise.
Of course, there’s another way of looking at it. A well-off young woman in the Blogbrother’s Facebook timeline sent this:
Three CHILDREN who made a bad decision were murdered, local people rejoice. Comments on the Facebook post for this story are seriously disturbing. This state is legit Fucked up.
Blogbro’s unsympathetic comment (to us, not to his FB friend):
She’s talking about the cooling slabs of meat who pulled that home invasion in Tulsa.
Those poor children.
I think I’d piss her off if I used the expression “evolution in action.”
We’ll say this: going out on a day rain is forecast without a jacket, is a “bad decision.” Picking up a Steven Seagal film from the $5 bin is a bad decision. Conducting a violent home invasion is not remotely a bad decision: it’s an invitation to be culled. An attempted suicide. Voting yourself off the island.
Only two things happen with a home invasion: you get stopped — shot or arrested — or you get away with it — stealing somebody’s stuff, maybe hurting ’em.
One of the children was 18 or 19, so he wasn’t a “children.” Likewise, the getaway driver was a fat, stupid-looking woman of 21, Elizabeth Rodriguez. She’s not very grown-up, but she’s nominally an adult anywhere in the world. As for the rest of them, old enough to attempt the crime is old enough to pay the piper.
Rodriguez fled the scene but later showed up at the police station to demand the cops arrest the murderer of her friends.
It doesn’t work that way. She’s charged with three counts of felony murder. As well as a bunch of stuff related to the burglary.
As of this writing, neither the homeowner nor his 23-year-old son who took out the trash has been charged.
Court documents indicate the homeowner who fired the shots is Zachary Peters, 23, and that Rodriguez knew him by name. The documents note Rodriguez planned the burglary, took the three boys to the house, and was waiting in the driveway until she heard shots and left.
Wagoner County deputies said she turned herself in to give officers the names of the dead so their parents could be notified.
These four slugs were just going to keep on doing this until someone put ’em down. They were armed home invaders.
Had Peters not been home, they could well have been armed with his rifle and any other guns in the house, next time. They didn’t respect anyone else’s life, and there’s no reason anyone else should respect theirs. Blogbro was right: think of it as evolution in action. (Just a bit late in the case of Elizabeth Rodriguez, unfortunately).
Some people say — no doubt the Blogbro’s fine young friend would say — nobody needs an AR-15, nobody needs a standard-capacity magazine, why would you ever need such a thing.
We dunno. How about — three young, violent home invaders?