Gun control advocates continue to rail against “assault weapons.” They consider “easy access” to “military-style rifles” a particularly egregious public safety threat. And yet most bad guys use handguns because of their concealabilty (the guns not the bad guys). The ultra concealable .9mm seems to be one of their faves. Here’s proof . . .
The New Mexico State Police identified the people whose bodies were found with gunshot wounds last week. NMSP said Jacob Kokotkiewicz, 31, and Ursula Tammy Kokotkiewicz, 32, were a married couple from Flower Mound, Texas.
An officer directing traffic discovered their bodies Thursday after a hazmat incident on Interstate I-40 near mile marker 126.
Police said Jacob was found sitting in the driver seat with a .9mm handgun between his legs and Ursula Tammy was sitting in the front passenger seat.
On Friday morning around 8:45, police received information of a burglary at the Toledo Teachers Credit Union situated in the Bella Vista Village, Toledo District.
Police visited the scene where cops saw a wooden door with its metal shutter and steel burglar bars damaged.
Further inspection inside the building revealed the building’s metal safe was damaged and opened.
Approximately US $7,088.00 US; $116,575.40, a .9mm Glock hand gun with a magazine and a Maverick brand pump action 12 gauge shotgun.
With a string of felony convictions dating back to 1996, Labar Spann wasn’t lawfully allowed to handle a weapon when he went to Midwest Sporting Goods in Lyons on Sept. 14, 2014, according to a statement from the U.S. attorney’s office.
But Spann, a one-time leader of the Four Corner Hustlers street gang who goes by “Bro Man,” posted a series of videos to his Instagram profile, showing people inside the range with gunshots heard in the background, prosecutors said.
An employee at the range said one of the two women he went with rented a Glock 19C .9mm handgun, which Spann loaded for them as the trio took turns shooting, prosecutors said.
“Yea this the type of s— I do with my b—— so why n—–’s chase p—- I’m chasing loyalty and [money bag emoji],” Spann wrote in a caption for one video.
According to the report, Myrtle Beach police responded to a public restroom on Withers Alley on June 18, around 3:15 p.m. in reference to a call about a shot fired. No one was injured, but the caller told Myrtle Beach police he was in the restroom when someone fired a gun.
The caller ran out of the restroom and had a bystander call 911. The report states a witness also heard the gunshot and when she turned towards the restroom, she saw the caller run out of the restroom along with two juveniles who were carrying skateboards. The witness told police the two juveniles “seemed ‘suspicious’ and left the scene quickly on foot,” the report states.
When police arrived, officers cleared the restroom and located a .9mm shell casing.
Witnesses interviewed by Janesville police claim McKnight and Jones had argued loudly before the shooting, according to the criminal complaint. They claim to have heard multiple gunshots fired outside the home before Jones returned inside with severe injuries, the complaint said. Police later recovered four shell casings and two non-fired rounds of .9mm ammunition in the area.