Sadly, there was a woman who paid the price for letting this monster out
A woman was beaten, strangled and raped Saturday night when a man burst into her Cherryville home, according to police.
The man barged in, breaking the chain on the woman’s door, according to the arrest warrant affidavit.
The man punched the woman and forced her to the couch where he pinned her with his body and started choking her, the warrant states.
According to the affidavit, the victim lost consciousness and was then raped.
“When she started to become alert he would hit her again and choke her until she passed out,” an officer documented in the warrant.
The woman eventually fought the man off, and he ran from the house, the warrant states. She then called 911.
Think about that for a moment. Each time she passed out, she didn’t know if she was ever coming back. She had to consider that each time the light faded might be her last moments on earth.
He got out of prison last year in March. His record shows a complete lack of regard for the laws and morals of society. Yet the Supreme Court has ruled that we can’t execute people like him. Executing rapists is too harsh, or something. No, cutting off all his limbs, and dropping him in the middle of a pig farm in North Carolina for a horny boar to enjoy might approach too harsh. Might.
How would you like to have this happen to you?
A resident inside the home called 9-1-1 saying that her house was being broken into. As officers arrived on the scene, the suspects tried to run away. Officers were able to catch (Suspect 1) and (Suspect 2) at that time.
We rightly view a home invasion as one of the worst possible scenarios. The reason is that no one breaks into your house to tell you that you’ve won the lottery.
Suspect 2 is not in the database, but the story says this about him
(Suspect 2) has also been charged with firearm by convicted felon.
How’s that for a wake up call? He was breaking in to an occupied home, with a gun, and he and his accomplice are both felons.
One wonders what the difference is between “Felonious Restraint” and “Kidnapping.”
An Asheville man was arrested Wednesday and charged with felonious restraint.
Read the short story. Of course, he’s not exactly a pillar of the community.
But people who “transport a 16 year old in a motor vehicle or other manner without his consent” rarely are
It isn’t true that “Only the guilty run,” but fleeing the scene of an accident is not cool.
A city man is facing a felony hit and run charge in connection with an accident in January.
He was probably worried that he’d get in trouble for more than the accident.
One wonders if, by driving away with the evidence, that he got away with something else he shouldn’t have been doing.
Cops aren’t saying how they know it was homicide, but they are calling it that anyway
Police on Tuesday were investigating what they said was the homicide of a man officers found dead in a house at 1811 Guess Road.
They aren’t saying if it’s a knife, gun, hammer, or what
The who, however, has been established.
How is it that these felons keep ending up dead?
What’s the point in hyping background checks if no one is actually going to punish felons in possession of a firearm?
Police in Charlotte say they have arrested a man that shot five people at an east Charlotte house party on Saturday.
He shot five people, but who is he?
He is a multiply convicted felon who was convicted of “felon in possession” back in August of 2008. Instead of getting the book thrown at him, all he got was “Special Probation.”
It’s really hard to take the “we’re just trying to keep guns away from dangerous people” crowd when no one actually punishes the criminals when they catch them!