Selfish to the end.
The man who was charged with killing his ex-girlfriend in west Mecklenburg County earlier this week died in a hospital Thursday night from injuries sustained in a car crash.
…The report indicated he intentionally drove into the opposite lane of traffic on Gold Hill Road and Highway 21 in York County, hitting a dump truck head-on.
And who was this wonderful example of domestic bliss?
Good riddance. But did he have to involve some poor innocent truck driver?
Check out the video on this story. They interview a father and son who were there when the crash happened and tried to save the suspect. Dad’s heroism is in no way diminished by the fact that the suspect didn’t deserve the assistance.
It’s generally not a good idea to point a gun at police. Especially after you’ve already shot at them earlier in the day.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police shot and killed a man late Wednesday night who they say shot at officers earlier this week in west Charlotte.
So, was it some crazed Concealed Handgun Permit holder?
Or was it another career criminal who should have been in prison for his last crime but was given a suspended sentence and probation instead.
It’s hard out there for “youths.” You face puberty, a lack of social freedoms, and occasionally you get shot in the back.
A 17-year-old Garner youth was shot in the back outside a house late Tuesday, but his injury was not believed to be life-threatening, police said.
What sort of 17 year old was out on a Tuesday evening at 11:30 PM in a city he didn’t live in?
Undoubtedly he was “minding his own business.”
There’s something worse about this than merely being a robber.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police have arrested two people in connection with the armed robbery of a cab driver early Tuesday morning.
Robbing cab drivers, pizza delivery people, real estate agents, and others who you call to remote locations seems worse to me than robbing random people on the street. There’s an element of luring them into an ambush that really bothers me.
No surprise that the shooter is a felon.
How hard do you have to beat a 10 month old to break multiple bones?
Winston-Salem police have charged the parents of a 10-month-old with child abuse after a hospital examination showed the child had suffered multiple bone fractures and bruising.
The suspected abuse was reported last October, but they are only now wrapping up their investigation.
People say that victims generally know their attacker. What they don’t tell you is that even felons have friends and family.