Posts Tagged ‘ExBoyfriend’

postheadericon Ex-Boyfriend Tries Breaking Into Apartment, Ex-Girlfriend Has Other Plans

When an ex simply doesn’t get it, things could turn from bad to worse in an instant. In this case, it seems as though this woman’s ex-boyfriend was trying to break into her apartment. Well, she wasn’t having any of that.

Local news reports;

Henry Johnson was treated at a local hospital after his ex-girlfriend shot him as he allegedly broke into her home.

Pensacola Police Department spokesman Mike Wood said the woman was inside her home at Pensacola Village Apartments on East Fairfield Drive at about 5:30 a.m. when Johnson broke through the front door.

The woman shot Johnson once in the leg, and police arrived soon after, according to PPD. Police questioned Johnson soon after, and Wood said the female won’t face any charges for the incident.

As a result, Johnson is behind bars without bail, and let’s hope he stays there for a long time. I can’t see any viable reason to let this guy go, as he’s an obvious threat to at least one person in this world.

And if a restraining order is placed if he’s let out, that should do a whole lot of good. Luckily, this woman was armed –and remains armed– to fend off against people like Johnson who just can’t take a hint.

It’s a bad situation to be in, but choosing to own and use a firearm for self-defense is such an important one, and it does indeed save lives each and every day.

Had this man successfully entered the apartment, who knows what would have happened to his intended victim. Love can be a scary thing, and it can bring out the worst in people. It’s a good day when we don’t see that ‘worst’ come out, simply because it never has the chance.

Exit, stage right, armed citizen who refuses to be a victim.

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postheadericon Ex-Boyfriend Breaks Into Current Boyfriend’s Apartment And Opens Fire — Current Boyfriend Thankfully Had A Gun

DENVER, COLORADO — An unidentified man broke into an apartment located in a suburb of Denver and allegedly opened fire on the current occupant. The occupant successfully returned fire, striking and killing the intruder. Authorities suspect the man was tracking down an ex-girlfriend, who didn’t live at that residence but was visiting her current boyfriend.

According to the Aurora Sentinel, the intruder was unresponsive at the scene and was transported to a nearby hospital where he was declared dead. The relationship between him and the former girlfriend appears to have been terminated several months back.

This type of story has replayed with varying results through contemporary history. Spurned lover seeks vengeance for ‘unrequited love’ or some derivative thereof.

Here’s the result of this case: a man is dead due to a justifiable use of deadly force. Worse, if he had not been stopped, he may have gone on to murder the occupants of that apartment just based upon his feels.

Feels are the path of the dark side, folks, and especially when guns are at play. We always advocate for responsible concealed carry and home defense. With modern relationships having the life expectancy of a pair of running socks, there’s bound to be some hard feelings.

Thankfully, a man was armed and able to fight back. That’s how this story ended and it’s how it should always end. The occupant of the apartment won’t be charged for a crime and the family of the deceased will likely be shaking their head, wondering why their son was so stupid as to kick down a door and open fire on people he had no business visiting that sort of anger onto.

Distressed former lovers have to figure out their own path in this world.

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postheadericon Woman Doesn’t Wait For Police: Shoots Ex-Boyfriend Who Broke Into Home, Saving Herself And 11-Year-Old Son

LEITCHFIELD, KENTUCKY — 43-year-old Patrick Dewayne Decker is no stranger to violence. Convicted of charges ranging from rape to kidnapping and assault, it’s not a far fetched notion to think something like a restraining order would be any obstacle for him. That’s why his ex-girlfriend got a gun. It all came down to a simple choice: her and her son or Decker. She chose herself and her son. She chose right.

According to WDRB, the Grayson County Sheriff’s Department received notification from 911 dispatch that as of 9:22 p.m., the ex-girlfriend reported she had shot and killed Decker. Her side of the story is that he busted through the door of her home, despite having a restraining order filed against him and being urged to leave her alone by family members and a court. She fired several shots, killing him.

Her and Decker’s son was present at the time of his assault on her home.

That restraining order? It turned out to not be worth the paper it was printed on. When she realized she was dealing with a cold, hardened criminal with a violent streak, she had to make the uncomfortable but brisk reality check that this was a man who would stop at nothing if an idea struck him just right.

Well, he’s dead now and she doesn’t have to worry about him breaking down hers or anyone else’s door ever again.

It’s not the conclusion any sane person hopes for but when faced with the potential to have her and her son be at severe risk, the sheriff’s department is too far away to help but a handgun only takes seconds.

According to court documents, Decker had been living across the street in his parent’s home before the crime took place. He allegedly petitioned the court to allow him to stay within the radius of a protective order so he could have a place to live.

The court issued a protective order that clearly violated this woman’s ability to assess a threat before it’s on her doorstep. Not like it would have mattered. Not like Decker really seemed all to worried about following the course of law in the first place.

And now it’s over.

Sober reality or victimization — we all have to choose whether we like it or not.

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