Don’t be like this guy.
The incident took place in the C-Block of Kabir Nagar near Maujpur in northeast Delhi. While going out for dinner on Thursday night, the victim, Kulbushan Tyagi, asked his wife Sangeeta (42) to hand him over his firearm. But when his wife and son objected to it, he tried to argue that there was nothing scary about a firearm. “Accordingly, he opened the magazine, took out the bullets and locked the firearm. He then pointed the gun at his wife and threatened to shoot her. Satisfied that he had sufficiently scared her, he then trained the gun on his son. He then suddenly placed the firearm near his eardrum and pulled the trigger, unaware that a bullet was still inside. He died instantly,” said a senior police officer.
The police, though, are not ruling out other possibilities as yet. “We are investigating whether the man was under debt or had any provocation to commit suicide. We have already recorded the initial statement of his wife in this regard,” said an investigating officer.
According to family members and neighbours of the deceased who did not wish to be named, Tyagi had been living in the area for the past 10 years. “A few days back, Tyagi had promised to take his two children, 15-year-old Reshmi and 12-year-old Rahul (names changed), out for a dinner once he could find some time for the outing from his busy schedule.”
Meanwhile, tension spread in the area after a section of the media reported that the son had allegedly shot at the father. Locals attacked television crew before the elderly brought the situation under control.
Expect bad things to happen to you.
According to Long, Mark Tarrh, 48, was operating a backhoe at a business at 2006 S. Third St. when Deckard walked up to the machine and climbed in through the back window, placing him in a headlock.
After a struggle, Tarrh managed to escape the backhoe and get to his truck where he called 911 and retrieved a handgun.
Deckard allegedly operated the backhoe for a short period of time before breaking the gears, got out, began to walk away and then approached Tarrh in “an aggressive manner.”
Tarrh then reportedly shot Deckard in the leg, Long said, noting the incident took place about 3 p.m. Tuesday.
“Alcohol may have been the reason this occurred,” Long said, noting that the investigation is ongoing and toxicology tests have not yet been received.
Yeah, this may be old. But it’s still awesome.
Just offer them a cheap T-Shirt
This happened in Cleveland, which demonstrates that even that hellhole can produce at least three ladies under 300lbs.
Be prepared to wait and pay up.
While the process isn’t so difficult to navigate, it’s by no means easy or cheap. Throughout the process, there are no options. All applicants MUST make at least thrree trips to police headquarters where parking is to say, in the least hard to find. Yes, it’s near a Metro, but do you want to take your new gun for a ride on Metro?
All applicants must make at least two trips to Anacostia, where the only licensed dealer is located. Parking isn’t an issue, but it’s hardly centrally located. All applicants MUST pay $60 in fees to the city, $125 transfer fee to the dealer as well as the cost of passport photos and a notary.
Applicants should budget an extra $200 on top of the price of the gun.
As for the written test, out of 20 questions, I got one wrong. Most of the questions are taken right out of the Firearms Registration Outline that comes in the application packet. I won’t give any of the questions here, but it was much easier than the written test for a driver’s license. (I got four wrong on that test recently.)
In an effort to provide a first hand account of the new registration process, I picked up a registration packet at police headquarters the first day they were available, July 17, and went to a gun dealer in Maryland, since gun stores are illegal in the District, and bought a Smith & Wesson .38 caliber revolver. The gun stayed at the dealer until last week when a federally licensed dealer picked up the gun and brought it into the city. For the most part, federal law prohibits individuals from buying a gun in one state and transporting it across state lines (There are a few exceptions). The gun remains with the dealer until I complete the registration process.
Exhibit 1: Big Ass Rifle
Exhibit 2: .50 Cal Pistol
Exhibit 3: .60 Cal Handgun
This town in Florida has you beat.
“Investigator Francis G. Monaco met with several witnesses over the past months in regards to two incidents involving Sheriff Dean Kelly and deputies from Putnam County, Florida. The date of each incident has been established to have occurred between December 2006 and January 2007.
“These incidents both involve large gatherings of young adults and juveniles.
“The brief description of the two incidents is as follows:
“The first incident involved a birthday party taking place at an area known as Long Pond in rural Putnam County. Between the hours of 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. Sheriff Dean Kelly and deputies arrived. According to the witnesses, the participants started leaving the area and witnesses reported that Sheriff Dean Kelly shot the keg of beer.
“The second incident reported was another party held and again Sheriff Kelly and deputies arrived and ordered the crowd to disperse; at which time coolers and lawn chairs were thrown into the bonfire by Sheriff Kelly.
“At this incident, a subject was told to leave the area and went to his friend’s residence on private property at which time Sheriff Kelly ordered him to leave the property. The subject would not leave as he was waiting for his friend to arrive and had permission to be on the property. An altercation occurred and the subject was handcuffed by the Sheriff. The Sheriff then decided to release the subject but had no handcuff key and another deputy had to be summoned to the scene with a key.
“Investigator Francis Monaco, at each meeting with the persons interviewed, has been told that there are many other witnesses but they are alleged too afraid to come forward allegedly fearing retaliation. At each meeting these witnesses have advised that they have friends who will come forward to give statements, but only four have done so.
“The (Palatka) Daily News ran a story several weeks ago about the keg shooting incident at which time some anonymous calls were received by this Investigator.
“Only bits and pieces of information were gathered but addition names were provided. Investigator Francis Monaco has been able to determine two other deputies were present at the keg shooting and the deputy who drove Sheriff Kelly to the pond area stated that Sheriff Kelly did not fire any firearm, but the deputy shot at the keg with two firearms.
“It is undetermined as to the actual keg which was shot due to conflicting witness statements.
“Additional witnesses need to be interviewed as names have been provided over the past three weeks through calls made to the State Attorney’s Office.
“Case investigation pending.”
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Just hope it approves, lest you wind up like this guy.
Kabir said hundreds of people visit the shrine every day to offer hens and goats to the five crocodiles living in the pond. Part of the ritual involves bathing in the water.
“He went into the pond hoping to be blessed when a crocodile attacked him and dragged him into the deep part of the pond,” Kabir said.
“This is a very unusual incident. Normally, the crocodiles are very friendly and do not harm people.”
Kabir said about 25 people dived into the pond following the attack yesterday, but could not find the man’s body.
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But Weirton, WV will be taking care of the problem soon enough.
Council agrees the birds present a possible health risk.
Councilman Ronnie Jones said Friday that council will vote next week on a contract with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to remove the fowl. The plan will involve either netting, trapping or sharp-shooting.
The cost? Just under $4,000.