A happy ending in Chiraq: Prohibited possessor/armed robber shot by church security guard

good guy with a gun

A “good guy with a gun” story the agenda-driven media don’t like to report.

From WGNTV (Chicago): An investigation is underway after an attempted armed robbery suspect was shot by a church security guard.

It happened just after 8 p.m. Wednesday near a church on the 4400 block of West Maypole in West Garfield Park.

Police said a 27-year-old gunman burst into the Maypole Avenue Church of Christ and announced a robbery. He was immediately confronted by a 57-year-old security guard, who is a concealed carry cardholder.

The two exchanged gunfire, ending with the offender critically injured with multiple gunshots to the chest. He remains in critical condition at Stroger Hospital.

The security guard suffered a single bullet wound to the left arm and is expected to recover.

It is unknown if anything is missing from the church. Area North is investigating.

According to CBS Chicago, the 25-year-old perp has been charged with multiple felonies including aggravated battery, unlawful use of a weapon by a felon, attempted armed robbery, and aggravated discharge of a firearm.


17 responses to “A happy ending in Chiraq: Prohibited possessor/armed robber shot by church security guard

  1. As to the last paragraph ……I guess they don’t have a ” 3 strike ” law in Illinois , if they did , he would have been in jail instead of a hospital . I can’t believe what the city where I was born has sunk to . So glad I said a.m.f. 30 some odd yrs. ago .

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  2. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    Glory, glory, hallelujah.

    Good thinking. A protecter in church is good for the parishioners.


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  3. Excellent

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  4. Got a lead baptism!

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  5. I would say that Security Guard was in this instance “an angel.” He stepped in and there was a good result. Sorry for being so mean . . . but, I would have preferred that the felon be DOA, or maimed to the extent that he could never perpetrate such evil on other persons ever again! Good can only prevail until we weed out all these followers of Satan.

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  6. He was most likely a desperate drug addict, a normal, level headed person, even a heartless criminal, would never even consider robbing a Church, he would do any other crime but that. If a person has a narcotic habit, he is a total slave to the devil, and fears no consequence.

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  7. Finally!

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  8. Another one bites the dust! HA!HA!

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  9. Reblogged this on On the Patio and commented:

    Another bad career choice in Chiraq. This time the thug gets a whole lot of high velocity lead poisoning! Darn.

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  10. They could have used Security Guards like him in Broward County.

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  11. Crap! Now we have to pay for his medical treatment, prosecution, imprisonment, and they’ll probably let the scum out at some point to continue his career.

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  12. Add another one for the good guys.

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  13. Sustaining gunshot wounds to the chest and an extended recovery will likely result in repentance if God wills. The shooter is not an angel. He is a man made in the image of God. Called to guard God’s people. Thank God for His mercy and protection and a rapid recovery for the guardian.
    Angels rejoice when anyone comes to the Lord. A recovering perpitraitor in prison can lead other criminals to the Lord to glorify God. People in prison need to know Christ as savior. It is the best hope that they turn from evil. Christ did not come for the righteous. The prison system does not reform sinners that is the work of God. The criminal may not recover. He may perish in the lake of fire. That is in God’s hand. Heaven will be filled with repentant sinners none the less. Hell will be filled with the hard hearted.

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  14. Hey, put another check mark on the board, more to come or…..should I say more to GO!

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  15. That may be worth a “second collection”.

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