I can't believe that in CT you have to essentially cede your home to a burglar. That's amazing.
Welcome to the occupied Northeast, Justiceiro. Please check your Bill of Rights at the door.
Not sure philly, I know in TN there is no duty to retreat on your own property, and I believe in Texas there is no duty to retreat, ever.I can't believe that in CT you have to essentially cede your home to a burglar. That's amazing.
Double-parking called cause of altercation 'Shooter' is a gun shop owner Thursday, May 10, 2007By MICHAELANGELO CONTEJOURNAL STAFF WRITER The man who was arrested last week after firing three rounds into the air during an altercation is the owner of a Jersey City gun shop. David J. Murray, 47, who owns David's Sporting Goods, was arrested in the street in front of Jordan's Lounge at Newark Avenue and Second Street at about 11:30 p.m. last Thursday, police reports said. He was charged with possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and unlawful possession of a weapon after allegedly firing his .357 magnum into the air three times during the incident caught on video by Jordan's Lounge security cameras, reports said. The owner of the gun shop, located at Second Street and Newark Avenue, has a permit to carry guns while conducting his business, Jersey City Police Lt. Christine Petersen said yesterday. The video shows Murray leaving his gun shop and walking across Newark Avenue to his car, which is blocked by a double-parked car. He backs up, although not as far as was possible, and tries to pull out, but is unable to. He opens his door and appears to yell something at the men in the double-parked car, making others in front of Jordan's turn their heads toward the action. There is no sound on the tape. The driver and passenger in the double-parked car get out and walk over to Murray, who has words with one of them. Murray and the two men then walk behind Murray's car and are out of sight. When they come back into view one of the men from the double-parked car is throwing punches at Murray. The man swinging at Murray then backs away when the gun shop owner apparently shows a gun, then fires it into the air while the man is only a few feet away in the street. The man who had been punching Murray and the other man then get back into their vehicle and Murray walks to the driver's side door and pushes one of the men as he gets in. By now Murray is using his cell phone, apparently calling police. The double-parked vehicle drives away and police arrive seconds later. Murray walks to the police car as a woman runs over, apparently yelling, "He's got a gun," according to police reports. Murray seems to chase her a few steps, but police put him against a car and handcuff him. Murray then tells the officers he has a second handgun in his car and they take it. Police said no one at the scene was cooperative. Murray said yesterday his attorney advised him not to speak about the incident. © 2007 The Jersey Journal© 2007 NJ.com All Rights Reserved.
Come on Bobblehead, use your imagination. I'm imagining Murray defying the no carry order, a gun battle on the streets, an innocent lady gets shot, Murray ends up getting killed in a shootout with police... something out of Pulp Fiction.
They would have shot him dead?
He just needs to put up some signs. LOSTGunLast seen at Dave's Gun BuffetIf found, please drop in through mail slot. TIA.
We can only imagine what type of chaos would have ensued had David Murray caught up to the two in his SUV before he called police/911.
Murray said he hoped the prints and video would lead to the pair’s arrest and “they wont be able to steal, rape and commit more crimes.”
He was charged with possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and unlawful possession of a weapon after firing his .357 magnum into the air three times.
He's baaa-ack!(Spotted in-store and apparently open for business, yesterday approx. 7:30pm)
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