Gun control doesn’t keep guns out of criminals’ hands. You may have read that here before. Fortunately, they often use them on one another. Case in point: Last month in Troy, New York, police were called to a home after a report of a home invasion and shooting.
When they arrived, they did indeed find someone who had been shot. The wounded man was 37-year-old Daryl Sousie, who had been working with his brother Andy Sousie to burglarize a home.
That home was the dwelling of Shawn Rogowski, who was busy stashing “a large sum of U.S. currency, a large amount of marijuana, packaging bags, scales and other paraphernalia consistent with dealing illegal drugs.” Rogowski had previously been charged with endangering the welfare of a child, his girlfriend’s 11-month-old baby, when he discharged a weapon in the child’s direction during another, doubtlessly drug-related, home invasion. A felony possession charge has now also been added to the list.
Nothing to see here, really. Just another story demonstrating a blindingly obvious reality.