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Story #1 From Video - Spanish Fort Police Chief John Barber identified the suspect in the Bass Pro shooting as 38-year-old Robert Smith a black male from the Grove Hill area. Barber says Smith is being treated for a medical condition at present not related to his arrest. He says the second person taken into custody Saturday, a woman, has been released and there are no charges pending for that person at this time.
“It does not appear she was assisting him, it appears the actions she was taking trying to prevent him from continuing on from what he was doing,” said Barber. The chief said Smith came armed with hundreds of rounds of ammo, several different firearms and was wearing body armor.
“He had three AR-style weapons, he had an AR-style pistol, he had a 9 mm rifle, a shotgun, and two 9 mm pistols,” said Barber describing the weapons they say Smith came with. Barber said they don’t have an exact count right now on how many shots were fired but they recovered at least 30 casings so far and believe they came from at least three different weapons. Barber said not a single shot was fired by SFPD, they subdued the suspect with a Taser.
They’re still trying to determine what motivated the shooting. The chief says the two were passing through from Florida but it’s not clear why Smith stopped at the outdoor mega-retailer. At this point Barber says they’re certain, based on the suspect’s actions and tools, they averted what could have been a tragic mass shooting.
“This could have been a completely different incident than what it was, the officers responded quickly they were able to stop this from becoming a huge tragedy, it’s our impression he went to the employee side, where the boat repair is perhaps he didn’t know where the front entrance was,” said Barber. Today they’re carrying out a warrant at the suspect’s home in Clarke County. They’re still working on charges but Smith likely faces 2nd-degree assault for injuring an officer, reckless endangerment, and resisting arrest according to Barber.
“Normal people don’t do what he did yesterday, so that had to be some underlying factor but we are trying to determine that at this point,” said the chief.
Story #2 From Video - A Tennessee man was executed in front of his pregnant wife after they were taken hostage in a wild killing spree, authorities said.
Jordan Stevens, 23, and his four-month-pregnant wife, Aileen, were driving Sunday to church in their Ford Mustang when they were kidnapped by 29-year-old Dangelo Dorsey on the side of I-24 near Beechgrove, news station WTVC reported.
Dorsey initially rear-ended their vehicle, prompting them to pull over under the impression it was a fender-bender, authorities said.
He then kidnapped them at gunpoint and forced them to drive him to their home in Morrison, where he stole two of their guns, swapped vehicles and took off again with the couple, officials said.
At some point, Dorsey fatally shot Stevens and forced his body out of the vehicle along I-24 near Manchester, authorities said.
He then drove off with Stevens’ pregnant wife still in the car, taking her on a high-speed police chase, officials said.
Police said the car accelerated to over 100 mph before crashing and flipping on the interstate.
“At that point, Dorsey took his own life,” Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director David Rausch said in a statement.
“The female hostage was safely recovered,” he added.
Authorities revealed that Dorsey had been on a violent rampage that began around 9:30 a.m. on I-24.
Before taking the couple hostage, Dorsey opened fire on a moving vehicle, killing 28-year-old Darcey Johnson and injuring another person, authorities said.
He exited and attempted to carjack a nearby vehicle, though the driver was able to escape on foot, officials said.
Dorsey next approached a nearby truck and shot the man behind the wheel in the face, authorities said.
Another driver was then confronted by the assailant and shot in the hand as she tried to drive away, authorities said.
Rausch said the agency doesn’t know why Dorsey went on the killing spree, adding that there is “a lot of work ahead of us to connect all the dots.”
White privilege. Systemic racism. Ending hate. Erasing hate.Social Justice.
Black Lives Matter. End Racism. It Takes All of Us.
These buzzwords are nothing more than fuel for the anti-white fire burning across America, an accelerant turning an already volatile situation into a conflagration.
Try lecturing Joshua Ungersma about white privilege. He worked two minimum wage jobs to support his young family.
He was a white male, murdered by a black female teenager.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Jaelynn Billups, 17, is facing multiple felony charges including murder, armed robbery and theft in the killing of a Lafayette pizza delivery driver.
Joshua Ungersma, 37, was shot and killed while making a pizza delivery Aug. 31 in the 1900 block of N. 16th Street in Lafayette.
A witness, Patrick Gibson, told 13News and police that he had heard gunshots and went outside. He said he saw Billups with 19-year-old Alberto Vanmeter, and Vanmeter had been shot. Ungersma told Gibson that Billups and Vanmeter had tried to rob him and to call police. Gibson said he then saw Billups walk up and shoot Ungersma.
Another witness also said they saw Ungersma ask for someone to call police and then Billups shot him, according to court documents.
Officers said Billups was hovering over one of the victims when they arrived. When she was ordered to show her hands, they say she threw a 9mm handgun onto the sidewalk and was then detained. Court documents show Vanmeter was Billups’ boyfriend.
Police said Ungersma had a revolver in his pocket with the rounds fired. He did have a permit to carry.
Billups told the judge during an initial hearing Sept. 8 that her family was planning on hiring an attorney. She is being held without bond, and her trial date was set for Feb. 23, 2021.
The Domino’s where Ungersma worked is donating 75 percent of sales through Friday to his family. The restaurant is located on Greenbush Street in Lafayette. The response was so overwhelming on Monday the restaurant had to close early after temporarily running out of food.
The owners hope to raise about $15,000 for the Ungersma family but think they might beat that.
“We want to be able to do whatever we can for the family,” said Domino’s store owner Jimmy Ruedlinger. “They’re going through a lot right now, obviously, with the loss of their father, the husband, a son in the mom’s case. We’re a family here, and we’re a team, and we’re going to take care of whatever we can take care of at this point.”
Delivering pizzas was a second job for Ungersma. His primary job was working as a meat cutter for Payless Supermarket for more than a decade. Coworkers said Ungersma was working two jobs to support his family, including his infant son.
“He usually worked the late shift,” said Ruedlinger. “He’d get off work at Payless and come over here. He had a wife, a stepkid and a 6-month old baby, and he cared so much about those kids. He was always willing to pick up extra shifts, always wanting to work extra hours just so he could take care of his family.”
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