Woman shoots at THREE armed, masked men after attacking/beating her in Houston home

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Do tell, #GunControlNow crowd, how would you prefer this woman protect her life? By urination, vomiting or her God-given, Constitutional right?

From Click2Houston: Police are looking for a group of masked men who beat and robbed a woman Tuesday outside a southwest Houston home.

According to police, a woman in her 50s was in the driveway of her home in the 11500 block of Montverde Lane when she was ambushed by three armed men wearing masks.

Police said the men beat her, broke her jaw and took her wallet from her purse. The woman’s mother, who inside the home, saw the attack and called police.

“During the fight, she was able to get inside the house. At that point, the males apparently kicked the window in, tried to get in the house. The original female obtained a pistol she ran out and started shooting at the suspects. The suspects jumped in the car and left,” said HPD Lt. Larry Crowson.

The men got away in a dark-colored Toyota, police said.

Investigators said they do not believe the attack was random. They are investigating why the woman’s home was targeted.

People living in the neighborhood said they were uneasy.  “It’s always real quiet. We get very little traffic. Something like that is pretty unusual,” Amuro Alejandro said.

Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

DCG

22 responses to “Woman shoots at THREE armed, masked men after attacking/beating her in Houston home

  1. Yet another example that we’re living in times where fraud is the status quo and possession is the law. Where bad judgment is only associated with having screwed people you never suspected would take you out.

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  2. Maybe they were illegals…. Too bad that woman wasn’t packing heat to begin with! Hope they catch these COWARDS, three armed men against one lady. Holy crap!

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  3. Too bad she didn’t drop ’em right on the lawn. Then she could have walked over peed and puked on ’em.

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  4. A few days at the Range would go a long way towards a different outcome:
    “Woman Kills Two,Wounds 0ne after armed,masked men attack/beat her in Houston home”

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  5. Some dumb congressman is going to eventually propose workmanship comp for burglars. Don’t underestimate their ability to be stupid.

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  6. I empower the trigger to fire my gun to disable and kill he that assaults me. The rest I know my lawyer will answer and the courts will absolve.

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  7. I favor firearms because I favor ANYTHING that raises the stakes for the criminal. Too bad the old lady missed!

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  8. Stephen T. McCarthy

    And, as usual, the police officers showed up way after the fact to fill out their reports on what happened. …Tax-eaters in funny costumes.

    ~ D-FensDogG
    Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends

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      • Stephen T. McCarthy

        OK, this is ridiculously off-topic, but I’m-a type it anyway…

        Late last year I was watching every episode of ‘WKRP In Cincinnati’ (a friend purchased the series DVD box-set for me). My all-time favorite ep from that series was titled ‘Baseball’, and filmed in 1979.

        There’s a character named Bucky — an electrician who only appeared in a couple of eps — and at one point he hands his can of beer to Venus Flytrap, he says, “Here, hold this”, then steps to the plate and belts a home run.

        I have been thinking that THIS variation may have been the birth of the “Hold My Beer” saying. I could be mistaken, but I can’t remember the saying going further back than 1979. I would love to know if I have in fact stumbled upon the original moment that became “a thing”.

        ~ D-FensDogG
        STMcC Presents ‘BATTLE OF THE BANDS’

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        • That was one of my favorite shows. I love the episode with the turkeys out of the helicopters. Also, the Japanese visitors with the Spanish interpreter.

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          • Stephen T. McCarthy

            Ha! Yeah, both of those episodes were really good, too.

            And there’s another one (I think it was a two-parter) where Dr. Johnny Fever adopted this other persona — I forget the name, but he was some sort of Disco Dance Dude. And then after awhile he started to develop a kind of Multiple Personality Disorder. REALLY funny!

            At one point he says, regarding his Disco Dance Dude character, “I don’t think we should be talking about him behind his back.”

            And then everyone at WKRP knew that Johnny Fever was getting into psychological deep water trouble.

            WKRP was definitely one of my Top Ten favorite TV shows.

            ~ D-FensDogG
            STMcC Presents ‘BATTLE OF THE BANDS’

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            • Yeah, those shows had great writers. Northern Exposure and Barney Miller had good writers too. Now we get “Mountain Monster Hunters”, they’re after “Sheep-squach”.

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