This is a sick individual.
Police have charged a 51-year-old man with setting a fire at a Beverly Drive home that killed a dog Friday night while his sister and her two daughters were away.
Who solves his problems by torching a house and burning up a dog in the process?
Someone who has already demonstrated his contempt for ordinary social behavior standards.
Another shooting in Charlotte
Police arrested a 23-year-old man Monday morning in connection with a shooting in west Charlotte Sunday afternoon.
Who solves his personal conflicts by trying to murder someone?
Just the sort of person you’d expect.
He didn’t get away with it for long.
A Raleigh man is accused of stealing $10,000 worth of guns from a home on Rock Drive in eastern Raleigh.
He’s listed as an employee of Macaroni Grill. Where else do you supposed he’s “listed?”
Yep. On the State list of people not to trust any further than you can throw them.
The headline is “Altercation leads to murder.”
Police believe (Suspect), 20, and (Victim). got into a fight around midnight.
Police said (Suspect) left, came back with a gun and shot (Victim) in the chest.
“See!” say the anti-gunners. “We told you that just having a gun around will turn simple fights into murder!”
Ordinary people don’t murder each other. There’s a big difference between getting mad at someone and shooting them to death.
This is a terrible story.
A man was arrested Wednesday night in connection with a triple homicide that happened this past August in Morganton.
All three of the victims died from “blunt force trauma.”
Good thing no one had a gun. Someone might have gotten hurt.