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had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Tue Jun 21, 2011 11:55 pm

Dayton Police say a man who was being robbed at a local gas
station turned the table on his attackers, shooting one of them.

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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby gmhiggins » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:06 am

Glad you are ok. Please keep us updated with any sort of case brought against you, and details when your lawyer says it is alright to discuss, and when you are OK to talk about it.
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:09 am

talked to detective today no chearges are being filed
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby gmhiggins » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:11 am

adf8585 wrote:talked to detective today no chearges are being filed


IMO, still get a legal opinion. You can never be too careful. Again, I hope you are OK mentally and physically.
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby JediSkipdogg » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:11 am

Looks like a good shoot to me. Good job. 2 shots center mass stopped the threat and then you removed yourself from the location. Nothing excessive there.

If you are allowed to talk, can you explain where you went after the shooting and what you did?
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:13 am

JediSkipdogg wrote:Looks like a good shoot to me. Good job. 2 shots center mass stopped the threat and then you removed yourself from the location. Nothing excessive there.

If you are allowed to talk, can you explain where you went after the shooting and what you did?

when i pulled out i called 911 and explained my situation she said cops had already responded to the scene so i circled back around and pulled back in
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby gmhiggins » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:18 am

adf8585 wrote:talked to detective today no chearges are being filed


Did they take your weapon for "investigation" purposes? Do you have a backup? I would be so inclined as to offer a backup if you do not, provided you can return it to me when you receive your weapon.
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:19 am

gmhiggins wrote:
adf8585 wrote:talked to detective today no chearges are being filed


IMO, still get a legal opinion. You can never be too careful. Again, I hope you are OK mentally and physically.

thank you for your concern i greatly appreciate it
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:21 am

gmhiggins wrote:
adf8585 wrote:talked to detective today no chearges are being filed


Did they take your weapon for "investigation" purposes? Do you have a backup? I would be so inclined as to offer a backup if you do not, provided you can return it to me when you receive your weapon.

they did take my weapon but the detective said i would get it back in a few days as for the backup the trusty kimber is on my side i thank u for your offer though brother
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby JediSkipdogg » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:27 am

adf8585 wrote:
gmhiggins wrote:
adf8585 wrote:talked to detective today no chearges are being filed


Did they take your weapon for "investigation" purposes? Do you have a backup? I would be so inclined as to offer a backup if you do not, provided you can return it to me when you receive your weapon.

they did take my weapon but the detective said i would get it back in a few days as for the backup the trusty kimber is on my side i thank u for your offer though brother


How long were you at the PD before you could leave?
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:31 am

How long were you at the PD before you could leave?[/quote]
they escorted me off the scene pretty fast due to some distraught family members that showed up on the scene. the incident happened at 11:45 pm friday and i was released at 3:30 am saturday morning
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby HancockCountyHAl » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:51 am

WOW!
I'm glad you're OK. I'd hate to think what could have happened.

Can you tell us if you experienced tunnel vision, an adrenaline boost, auditory exclusion, etc?
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby Cosmos » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:53 am

I am glad that you are safe after this incident. You can never tell what someone high on crack is going to do. If the family members had become distraught before this happen, then perhaps they could have saved Montgomery County thousands of dollars treating and prosecuting their family member.

Be glad that this was caught on video showing the perp as the aggressor. If not, then things might not have been so cut and dry. I hope that you have your gun returned soon and not until after the trial. I also hope that the perp does not try a civil shakedown either.
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:57 am

HancockCountyHAl wrote:WOW!
I'm glad you're OK. I'd hate to think what could have happened.

Can you tell us if you experienced tunnel vision, an adrenaline boost, auditory exclusion, etc?

supprisingly calm time did seem to slow andrenaline was through the roof as well.definitely need to thank vandalia range and armory for the excellent ccw training i received
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Re: had to shoot someone on friday.

Postby adf8585 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:00 am

the gun was a glock model 36. carrying with one in the chamber probably saved my life because i was holding myself in the car with my left hand as they were trying to pull me out of the car no way i could have racked the slide.
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