Discussion in 'On Topic' started by AB13, Mar 4, 2009.
Jesus. That sounds more like a planned, targeted event than a generic robbery attempt, but it's still food for thought. Maybe I need my AR for HD use instead of my shotguns.
ar is way faster anyway
I guess the previous owner didn't leave a forwarding address.
Someone mistakenly breaking into the wrong house armed with body armor and a rifle while disguised as a police officer is tinfoil hat stuff. Totally unrealistic, don't be paranoid.
are yorkies the new baby killers??
Assault yorkies are. They need to be limited to short-hair versions.
that's some solid policework there...
I'm thinking the reporter probably meant burglary but got it wrong. Here in CA at least, entering a structure with the intent to commit larceny or any other felony is considered burglary which is a felony
Not exactly the best neighborhood. lol @ Yorkies. Nothing says scary man like some tiny dogs bred to kill rats.
Yorkies are tactial. Their small size makes them harder for cops to shoot.
Yorkies = mini suicide bombers
Apparently this happened 6 doors down from my coworker's house.
Yorkies = mobile IED
Here it would be robbery. We have it that if while committing burglary, meaning they use force or threat of force on the victim to take something, it becomes a robbery, as it is a more severe charge.
Since the article didn't say anything about him actually taking anything I didn't think robbery. Sounded to me like he busted in looking to kill someone, found out he fucked up and just left. So we have entering with intent to commit a felony (killing whoever it was he was looking for,) which would be burglary IIRC. I understand that if he took something then yes it would be robbery, but did he actually take anything?
has got me thinking about the suitability of my P226 for all-purpose HD.