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      LllyR
      • 5 Months Ago

      This is sad on both accounts.  It is unfortunate that she was not thinking properly and put both of her children in "harms way."  She made it home safely and she should have stayed there and calmed down -- and then forget about it.  When you go and get a gun, that is "with intent to harm someone."  That takes away the innocence of the incident, but yet the mother became the victim and now this "road rage man" is now wanted for second-degree murder.  Sad on both counts.  We have to think people, before we act.

        sfridley46
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        She went looking for trouble and UNFORTUNATELY she FOUND IT.

        conditionl
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        Agree, she should have been an adult and stayed home!


        CHRIS
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        In the time all of these people took to call, inform, hunt, etc. none of these clowns could dial 9-1-1- and ask for assistance.....sometimes you just write your own ending to the story.

        Madeline Blackett
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        She should have stayed home. What was she thinking going back to look for that driver? I guess the grim reaper was calling her and she answered...so sad. Cooler heads should always prevail.

        Bon Jour people
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        That is known as PREMEDITATED, when she went home and got a gun. If she had killed them? That's in the 1st degree and punishable by life in prison, or the death penalty.

          Jodi
          • 5 Months Ago
          @Bon Jour people
          She came to find him with an armed accomplice. The 'creep' needs to turn himself in to explain exactly what happened. Either way a tragedy. But, in the end if she doesn't go looking for him with the armed accomplice. shes having dinner tonight with her husband.
          merce4u
          • 5 Months Ago
          @Bon Jour people

          When the car followed her home and shot her, that was premeditated. He intended to kill her. She did not have the gun. Her son did.

          Btinman82
          • 5 Months Ago
          @Bon Jour people

          She got the death penalty. Bye, bye!

          escoreplus
          • 5 Months Ago
          @Bon Jour people

          it is my thought that the gun was to protect and defend ... not to hunt an kill.

          bobpjafe
          • 5 Months Ago
          @Bon Jour people

          But the libs will let this creep back on the street even though he was never fired upon. Carrying a gun doesn't prove anything. Firing one at another person does but the left will pity the killer, like they always do.

        conditionl
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        Your wrong about the gun her son had. The gun was a precaution. Her mouth and attitude was her downfall!



          kim
          • 5 Months Ago
          @conditionl

          You're wrong about the gun her son had.  She purposely sent her daughter into the house to send her ARMED son out to go with her to hunt the other driver down.  Had she stayed home and had her son near, THAT would have been a precaution.

          clairvoyiantman
          • 5 Months Ago
          @conditionl

          when your number is up it's up

        Sonha Tran
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        Your comment is so wise and mindful. Thanks a lot. There are now so many people in the world who cannot distinguish between right and wrong...

        cptanarvn
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        Well, the man in the other car should ignore every thing and keep on going and then everyone would still be alive and happy!

          Handsome
          • 5 Months Ago
          @cptanarvn

          I don't believe that woman would be happy. If she was able to round up her son w/ a gun in such a short time, I can bet it wasn't the first time she reacted so irrationally. One of those people who doesn't think about anyone else but themselves. Also supported by her letting her child drive without a learners permit. Obviously laws and rules didn't apply to her.

          LONNIE
          • 5 Months Ago
          @cptanarvn

          The "man" was scared, scared more than the woman. He knew some freak was looking for him. He did not know what that freak was capable of doing. His mistake was hunting her down, after she had hunted him down.

        mhcallantine
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LllyR

        Very well said. You are so correct.


      jillvoltmann
      • 8 Days Ago

      A ticket for child endangerment?  It should have been for attempted murder.

        dsdbl
        • 7 Days Ago
        @jillvoltmann

        I agree 100% with you....unbelievable....a ticket?????

          Bernie
          • 3 Days Ago
          @dsdbl

          Hopefully the ticket is only the first step & further formal charges will result.    Copies tickets issued for incidents involving potential serious or fatal bodily harm to another person, most especially a child should automatically be forwarded to the prosecutors office for evaluation and follow up....

        Myrna Jensen
        • 14 Hours Ago
        @jillvoltmann

        I agree  The parents had better not let them babysit again

        spock4777
        • 5 Hours Ago
        @jillvoltmann

        I don't think there is a ticket for attempted murder.

        holdenlng
        • 9 Hours Ago
        @jillvoltmann

        Amen

        fifiwereking
        • 14 Hours Ago
        @jillvoltmann

        can't you read? the cops are looking into what addtional charges can be made.... you can't just go around charging people with things;  you have  to read the law, and make sure your case fulfills each and every requirement of that law.... if not, you then investigate to see if you can find  evidence to support additional charges, and if you can't, you can't charge them...

          Susan
          • 4 Hours Ago
          @fifiwereking

          It's amazing how much of a mob mentality there is in this country now.

          A.G.T.
          • 14 Hours Ago
          @fifiwereking

          Your dumb and You obviously don't have kids.

        Susan
        • 4 Hours Ago
        @jillvoltmann

        Well why not just get together a mob and go after them?  We do have laws, you know.

          ?
          • 2 Hours Ago
          @Susan

          Sounds good to me.

      heariam2013
      • 2 Months Ago

      Hire some new writers…..this idiocy doesn't fly

        Rhett
        • 2 Months Ago
        @heariam2013

        Obvious slow idea at the news office.  They could had thought up something like more cars are being sold or gas prices causing more tire sales!

        Gimme a break!

        earth2031bound
        • 2 Months Ago
        @heariam2013

        Agreed!

          Tom
          • 2 Months Ago
          @earth2031bound

          I second that

        Larkosh&Jackson
        • 2 Months Ago
        @heariam2013

        News flash!  Cheap food increases obesity!    

        paticake065
        • 2 Months Ago
        @heariam2013

          I AGREE THEY REALIY think we are stupid the gas has gone up in our town 30 cents in the past couple of weeks. ITS their pockets  that's losing money  and they want to hand us such bull. how much money is enough for these    people . it always goes back to the little guy ,I am sick of it.

          Freedom
          • 2 Months Ago
          @paticake065

          Look at how much the oil companies profit per gallon then look at how much the Federal government takes per gallon then tell me who you are sick of.

          ladycict
          • 2 Months Ago
          @paticake065

          That's all gas prices have done is gone up up up in southern Calif. Where are they getting this stuff? Perhaps in Iowa where they are using a cheaper filler with less gas mileage to it?

          ladycict
          • 2 Months Ago
          @paticake065

          That's all gas prices have done is gone up up up in southern Calif. Where are they getting this stuff? Perhaps in Iowa where they are using a cheaper filler with less gas mileage to it?

          bauclan4
          • 2 Months Ago
          @paticake065

          glad i'm restoring my 62 vw !!!

          Freedom
          • 2 Months Ago
          @paticake065

          Look at how much the oil companies profit per gallon then look at how much the Federal government takes per gallon then tell me who you are sick of.

        paticake065
        • 2 Months Ago
        @heariam2013

          I AGREE THEY REALIY think we are stupid the gas has gone up in our town 30 cents in the past couple of weeks. ITS their pockets  that's losing money  and they want to hand us such bull. how much money is enough for these    people . it always goes back to the little guy ,I am sick of it.

      LiteMix
      • 5 Months Ago

      AutoBlog.  Please, please, PLEASE stop with the auto-play videos!!!!

        accsport
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LiteMix

        I agree, if you use Firefox it is easy to block it which I did.

        cact25
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LiteMix

        Just learn to write stories instead of videos!

        Gorgenapper
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LiteMix

        Noscript + Firefox, maybe also adblock.

          Whipnet
          • 2 Months Ago
          @Gorgenapper

          Why did you get down voted?  Noscript + Firefox is the key.

        thescientist4590
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LiteMix

        LiteMix, You and 53 other people are obviously too technically illiterate to know what a flash control plug-in is...

          wlrussell2007
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Since you are obviously so much superior to us why don't you teach us instead insulting us.

          LiteMix
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Awww.  Look at the online "geniuses" setting out to insult people in an attempt to feel smart and superior.  Sad, but in fact you look like a jerk & an *sswipe, who is so mentally insecure and filled with self-hate, that you must build yourself up by ATTEMPTING to put others down.  Lol.  Only going to say this because you felt the need to call out 50+ people, & I know you'll attempt to make a sly comment, but u won't get further response from me.  You're not worth the time.  Anyway "Mr. Scientist", If you don't have this issue than ignore the posts and move on, but than I guess you have nothing to move on to since you took the time for such nonsense.  Also, I'm viewing this website at work.  Therefore I make absolutely no changes to this pc, the browser, or any other aspects of this pc, as it is not my property.  So no, I'm not adding any plug-ins. Get a life, learn that you don't know everything, and before you go insulting people you should try fully understanding their situation.  Jack *ss...

          alisasookne
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Or some of us access the internet on computers that we cannot modify. People might be reading these stories from work, school, or library computers. Your experience is not the only one.

          ufgrat
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          No, I know exactly what it is, and chances are, I'm just as technically literate about computers as you-- if not more so.

          It's still bloody annoying that I've got to go get extensions and add-ons for my browser because web sites insist on videos with autostart.

          Just because I *CAN* work around someone's poor behavior, doesn't mean I should have to.

          Howdy Kevan
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Some people are obviously too technically illiterate to know what an idiot is who points out things like this, but that doesn't stop them from being technically stupid in pointing it out.

          Rick Crane
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Up yours, asshole. Not everyone wants to spend hours dealing with a bullshit program like Flash. But go ahead and work it out for the rest of us in your mom's basement.

          vegasstyleguy
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Who decides its o.k. to annoy people and then insult them for not being up on technology? Sorry I have random  sex frequently so I'm not really free to sit in the basement learning how to turn off autoplay.

          tropicalraiz
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          rectum add me to that list to !!

          apairalypsenow2
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Well then...Fix it genius! TECHNO PUNK!

          hahudz
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Who gives a shit what a flash control plug-in is?  Only techno-morons like you.

          annette.testa
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Who cares  I have a life.  Get one.

          screamingsigns
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          So instead of being a snarkey assoholio, why don't you enlighten those of us who don't know how to do it? LOL "thescientist" I'll let you get back to watching porn and imagining what a real girl feels like! 


          JamesM
          • 4 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          You may be correct in your assessment of the average human, but you lack all aspects of interpersonal effectiveness leaving those 53 people GLAD they will never have to meet you personally and have a face to face BOOORRRIIINNGGG conversation.

          foof
          • 3 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          I have a nephew just like you. During family reunions, I hate being anywhere around him.

          Screen_001
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          what is a flash control plug-in dick face ??!

          Daisy
          • 3 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Please enlighten us. 

          apairalypsenow2
          • 5 Months Ago
          @thescientist4590

          Well then...Fix it genius! TECHNO PUNK!

        badass
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LiteMix

        what?

        accsport
        • 5 Months Ago
        @LiteMix

        I agree, if you use Firefox it is easy to block it which I did.

        LeRoy
        • 4 Months Ago
        @LiteMix

        Google it - there is a solution.

      wfischl
      • 8 Days Ago

      Child endangerment I think carries JAIL TIME..

        Reverend Frank
        • 8 Days Ago
        @wfischl

        Maybe after a couple months in jail, they'll learn to realize child welfare beats a broken window, every time.

          darkcloudstonite
          • 3 Days Ago
          @Reverend Frank

          And what happens to the kids with both parents in jail ?

        THE GREAT NANCINATOR
        @wfischl

        Well, if it doesn't, it should in this case.

        Buckingham's
        • 3 Days Ago
        @wfischl

        It absolutely DOES. And they should get the MAXIMUM for this kind of stupidity.

          Pinchas
          • 11 Hours Ago
          @Buckingham's

          How about locking THEM in a car on a hot day like that was, with the windows rolled up and no a/c!

          The punishment should fit the horrific crime!

      Gorgenapper
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'm sorry, is there a bike in the picture at all? Don't see this bike everyone is talking about.
      JaredN
      • 1 Year Ago
      That cop doesn't just need to be fired, he needs to go to jail.
        Aussie74
        • 1 Year Ago
        @JaredN
        Along with every one of his colleagues who helped perpetrate this crime, no matter how far up the chain it goes.
      lyricalvirgo
      • 8 Days Ago

      I am an Aunt.  I would never leave my own children, my niece or nephews or any other child in hot car like that.  These two morons should do serious jail time.  No excuse.  They could have killed her.

        framma
        • 8 Days Ago
        @lyricalvirgo

        yricalvirgo, the child probably would have died if not for the lady who broke the car window.

          PrettyEyes
          • 3 Days Ago
          @framma

          I'm pretty sure that lyrical virgo  was talking about the two idiots who left the child in the car to begin with.  With this in mind, she's agreeing with you.  She is NOT talking about the people who rescued the child, she's talking about the "couple" that left her in the car.

          ernie
          • 7 Hours Ago
          @framma
          the woman is more worried about the window being damage than a human life put her in the car for the day see how she likes it what goes around comes around .
        petluvrx6
        • 8 Days Ago
        @lyricalvirgo

        This was INTENTIONAL child endangerment, I do not even leave my dogs in the car in weather like that, never! In my opinion, they should have been arrested, taken to jail, now they have a record, and since I work too hard for my money I do not want to waste it on there food, clothing, medical care, etc so lets get this show on the road.  They need to be educated (if this is possible) and also left in a car in the same weather, no way out, about what they put this child through they child could have died easily, and all you who are bleeding hearts, get over it and the insurance should not pay for their car window (because we the innocent public actually do in our rising insurance costs) this was premeditated child cndangerment. Included in their education is the word RE SPON SI BIL ITY, wee how easy it is to see when you divide it up?

          heh1111
          • 3 Days Ago
          @petluvrx6

          all you're worried about is your money and making sure someone executes strange punishment, move to arizona if you're not already there

          Marcy
          • 8 Days Ago
          @petluvrx6

          Very good,  and along with you  I don't take or leave my dogs in  hot car.  

          Greenie
          • 3 Days Ago
          @petluvrx6

          Leave them in a car with the windows up for awhile and see how they like that.

          Catzs
          • 4 Days Ago
          @petluvrx6

          Excuse me petlur, what ARE you ranting about? I see NO bleeding hearts on this post. People like you always stirring the post causing angst.  You must be a R.

        jwpequines
        • 3 Days Ago
        @lyricalvirgo

        Just maybe that was their intention since it was not their child. Maybe the mother put them up to that to get rid of her and blame the aunt and uncle whom claim not to know it was so hot.

          Susan
          • 4 Hours Ago
          @jwpequines

          Maybe the sun won't rise tomorrow and maybe Hillary Clinton will stop lying.  Just maybe.

          Christine Smith
          • 9 Hours Ago
          @jwpequines

          What kind of person would go along with that kind of request from a parent?  I doubt if that's the case here.  There's something wrong with this couple and should have never been in charge of anyone's child.  I'll bet this isn't their first encounter with the law either.  Thank God for the two women who rescued that child.

      Will
      • 5 Months Ago *Edited*

      Their arguments are total crap. If they are afraid of people knowing their location, why do they drive marked cars and wear uniforms? They just don't want anything threatening the speed trap revenue.

        supaflipjin
        • 5 Months Ago
        @Will

        Some cops must be having trouble hitting their monthly quotas. 

        SloopJohnB
        • 5 Months Ago
        @Will

        In point of fact, falsely locating fuzzmobiles with misinformation will result in lots more people driving more slowly or obeying speed limits which also threatens speed trap revenue.  Win Win!

          sxt173
          • 5 Months Ago
          @SloopJohnB

          + Waze has said many times that their algorithms take this kind of thing into account. So say an officer keeps posting fake police sightings. And motorists keep hitting "not there". I would guess that after a while that Waze account would be flagged and traffic reports from that person would be disregarded or only used if there were confirmations.

        sloturbo
        • 5 Months Ago
        @Will

        My local TV news station reports about when & where DUI check points will be.

          FREEHIKER
          • 5 Months Ago
          @sloturbo

          I'm not sure sloturbo, but I believe that is a federal law that the police must announce in advance when and where they are setting up DUI check points.  I know in my area, it is reported in the paper for several days ahead of time.

        wicketr
        • 5 Months Ago
        @Will

        They would LOVE to all drive unmarked cars and not wear official uniforms. Do you think they actually prefer it the way it is?

      fragmit50
      • 3 Years Ago
      This happened to me once, where I passed out behind the wheel. I thought it was exhaust fumes, but it turned out it was just a side effect of driving a Camry.
      lasertekk
      • 1 Year Ago
      If the true intent of speed traps is to promote safety, then citizens warning each other to slow down is in effect working towards the same objective. The dissent by law enforcement on this issue only arises due to loss of revenue. Therefore, one can logically conclude the need for that revenue is really the only factor in this matter.
        hemusbull
        • 1 Year Ago
        @lasertekk
        I absolutely support your comment! And something more - aside from the revenue issue we all must warn each other and...slow down!
        Jamie Houk
        • 1 Year Ago
        @lasertekk
        That is exactly what i was going to say. The job of a policeman is to protect and serve the public. Their job is not to fund a city's general budget so it would seem that flashing you lights would accomplish the effect that a speed trap SHOULD be set up for - to get people to slow down. Their is no legitimate reason for law enforcement to disagree with that unless the speed trap really is about just collecting money and meeting a ticket quota.
        Pat
        • 1 Year Ago
        @lasertekk
        100% agree ... there are road signs warning motorists of photo radars (at least where I live). This is no different.
        FuelToTheFire
        • 1 Year Ago
        @lasertekk
        Ignorant peasant commoners can't be trusted to warn other ignorant peasant commoners of the law. So it's better in the long run that they pay through their noses.
          flychinook
          • 1 Year Ago
          @FuelToTheFire
          I know you're trying to act rich, but when you say things like "peasant commoners", you just come off as a caricature of a rich person. I picture you as Uncle Pennybags of Monopoly fame, but with a monacle. And the mental acuity of dog ****.
      x19x19
      • 7 Months Ago

      People friends come and go.  A good dog is loyal forever.  be a hero - adopt a shelter dog.

        Merle
        • 7 Months Ago
        @x19x19

        or two if you can afford it . My sis and husband in their early 80's hadn't had a dog for 40 years . he brought one home from the shelter one day and now 4 moths later this dog is spoiled rotten but well behaved. My sis talks about her all the time which is very unlike her . it has been good for both of them. They have even made a  provision in their will for her 

         if they go before she does .!

          janugroup
          • 7 Months Ago
          @Merle

          I have two  four-legged boys who are my emotional support and my family.  They show love, attention and appreciation when feed home-cooked chicken, peas and carrots.  They protect the car when I take them while shopping and alerts me when the mail is delivered.  True, pure love!!!

        cbs102642
        • 7 Months Ago
        @x19x19

        I have taken in 8 strays.

        mills0069
        • 7 Months Ago
        @x19x19

        AMEN well put

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