Carjackings have skyrocketed in urban areas across America, especially those with “progressive,” Soros-funded prosecutors. In Las Vegas last month, a pair of ‘jackers tried to steal a ride from two women. One of the two noticed her chance and snatched the carjacker’s momentarily unattended pistol, and then ran.
Criminals don’t like it much when their victims relieve them of their firearms. So the robber chased her, then tackled her.
The woman then shot him in the head and he let go. Fortunately she escaped the second carjacker who fired shots at her.
According to North Las Vegas police, a woman shot and killed a suspected carjacker with his own gun in what officers say was a self-defense shooting.
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Either way, LVMPD has announced the arrest of another member of the dynamic trio who undetook the bollixed carjacking, Jaylin Morrison.
Fox News has details . . .
The victim and a friend had parked near another friend’s house as they waited to go inside for an early Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 19 when a car parked in front of them, they told Las Vegas Metropolitan Police, according to FOX 5 Las Vegas.
Two or three men got out of the car and allegedly pulled the woman out of the driver’s seat and her friend out of the passenger’s side. One of the suspects got in but couldn’t figure out how to drive it because it was a push-to-start.
When the victim realized the suspect had placed the gun in his lap to figure out the car, she grabbed it and ran, telling her friend to run, too...
Nearly two weeks later, a suspect identified as Jaylin Morrison was arrested after his car was seen on surveillance footage driving around the area that night. He was a known associate of the suspect who was shot.
He was charged with kidnapping, conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted robbery with a deadly weapon, burglary with the use of a deadly weapon and attempted grand larceny of a vehicle.
He is being held on $50,000 bail.
That’s means it takes only $5000 to get him back out on the street. And why wasn’t he also charged with felony murder?
Morrison’s alleged partner in crime successfully completed the room temperature challenge during the alleged commission of the crime in which he was an accomplice. That makes him legally responsible for the death.
Las Vegas Metro police are still looking for the third member of the team.