A homeowner fatally shot an intruder who was threatening to ‘kill everyone inside,’ according to police in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Brandon Sharp, 36, allegedly broke into a house in a maniacal rage and issued death threats to the home’s three occupants.

“When he kicked in the door, they said he was talking crazy and making threats to kill everyone inside,” said Tulsa Police Lt. Brandon Watkins told Tulsa World.

The man rampaged through the house, kicking in more doors, the homeowner told police.

The homeowner ultimately fired a rifle one time, striking Sharp in the torso and killing him, according to police.

The house in question has reportedly been condemned several times by the city and is a site of frequent disturbances.

“It’s not a bad neighborhood except for that house over there. There’s traffic coming in and out of there at all times. Strange people, it’s a bad house,” one local resident told KTUL.

Another resident said, “Not a week goes by I don’t hear shots in this neighborhood.”

“I want this neighborhood safe.”

Police have determined the homeowner likely acted in self-defense and he is not currently facing any charges.

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An armed suspect was shot dead by a homeowner during a burglary in Pascagoula, Mississippi, according to police.

The suspect, identified as Walter Williams, 31, is believed to have been involved in other home invasions in the area, local media reports.

“Williams, who is a resident of Pascagoula, allegedly broke into a home on Nathan Hale Drive Tuesday morning just before noon,” WLOX reports. “The homeowner – who was later identified as a longtime employee of the Jackson County Coroner’s Office – shot the intruder, said police.”

“Williams was known to authorities due to being in trouble with the law before. In fact, authorities say he was suspected in more than one burglaries, including one just days before he was fatally shot.”

Officials in a neighboring county were asked to handle the death investigation due to a potential conflict of interest presented by the homeowner’s connection to the local coroner’s office.

The homeowner, whose identity has not been revealed, is reportedly in the process of being appointed as deputy coroner of the Jackson County Coroner’s Office.

The case will be turned over a Grand Jury for review, but the homeowner is not expected to face any charges.

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is calling on more law-abiding citizens to legally carry firearms in order to prevent massacres by armed criminals in the wake of Sunday’s tragic shooting at a church in his state.

Following the stunning gun battle that unfolded after a would-be mass killer opened fire at West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Texas, AG Paxton appeared on CNN to praise the “heroic efforts” of armed parishioners who confronted and killed the shooter.

“What I will say is they were heroic efforts,” Paxton said. “I have been saying this for years: we need to make sure that people can protect themselves because oftentimes law enforcement can’t react quickly. They can’t be there in seconds when these shooters are suddenly shooting.”

“It really is a remarkable thing these people reacted so quickly and saved the lives of the other 239 people in that congregation.”

In response, CNN host Jessica Dean pressed Paxton to discuss “what else can be done” to “stop gun violence in this country,” in an apparent attempt to shift the conversation to gun control.

“The reality is, I think our laws in Texas allow us to protect ourselves,” Paxton responded. “More people need to carry in our state — in our churches and places of business, so that if something like this horrible thing does happen, at least we have people that can react and save the lives of those around them.”

“There’s always discussion about imposing more gun restrictions. The reality is that somebody like this, who is willing to kill somebody, is unlikely to follow a gun law. So we need to continue to be vigilant and we need to allow our citizens to protect themselves — exactly what happened today, and I’m so grateful for the quick reaction because with what happened in other churches about a year ago, in other places around my state, when people were not armed, we had a lot more people die.”

Two church members were shot and killed before armed security guard Jack Wilson, 71, drew his firearm and killed suspect Keith Thomas Kinnunen with a single shot at considerable distance.

Wilson, who is a former deputy sheriff and current candidate for county commissioner, has been hailed as a hero.

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Officials at the University of Virginia are facing backlash after announcing a cancellation of the 21-gun salute during Veterans Day ceremonies.

The long-running tradition of honoring veterans with the salute as part of a 24-hour vigil will not take place this year.

University President Jim Ryan issued a statement explaining the decision amid growing outrage from veterans and members of the UVA community.

“Related to this year’s ceremony, the Provost’s Office and Col. Michael Hough, commanding officer of UVA’s Air Force ROTC detachment, worked closely together in making the decision to eliminate the 21-gun salute for two reasons: first, to minimize disruptions to classes, given that this event is located at the juncture of four primary academic buildings and is held at a time that classes are in session,” Ryan wrote on social media. “And second, recognizing concerns related to firing weapons on the Grounds in light of gun violence that has happened across our nation, especially on school and university campuses.”

Ryan asserted the salute is “not required,” but claims school officials will “work with our ROTC officers and cadets to take a closer look at options for our Veterans Day events, including those that would enable us to re-introduce the 21-gun salute to the program.”

Popular responses to Ryan on Twitter offer scathing rebukes.

“As a UVA student veteran, thank you for marginalizing my community,” one user wrote. “That is a direct, unmitigated slap in the face to those of us who have served, and especially to those of us who have served and lost. I am deeply sorry that you decided to make this incorrect decision.”

Another user replied, “How ‘we’ reached the decision? The buck stops with you. Score one for the snowflakes.”

Jay Levine, a graduate of the UVA ROTC program, says he is working to bring more attention to the issue among fellow veterans, whom he hopes will join him in speaking out against the move.

“I am very disillusioned, very upset, and very surprised that they would make such a decision,” Levine told WHSV.

“Freedom isn’t free. There’s a cost and that cost is born by the veterans and the families of those veterans.”

An op-ed published in The Daily Progress blasts the university for sending an “unfortunate message about students: That they are too fragile, too delicate, too distractible to deal with the “interruption” of the salute. That they are too insular, too wrapped up in their own worlds to comprehend and accept this longstanding practice. That they must be protected from the reality that exists outside academia.”

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A brutal home invasion was thwarted by a pregnant woman armed with an AR-15, according to reports.

An unidentified woman in Lithia, Fla., reportedly opened fire on two men who were viciously attacking her husband and his 11-year-old daughter.

“I’ve got a fractured eye socket, a fractured sinus cavity, a concussion, 20 stitches and three staples in my head,” Jeremy King told Bay News 9. “I took a severe beating.”

Kings says two men in masks burst into his home on Wednesday night and demanded money while pointing guns at him.

“They came in heavily-hooded and masked. As soon as they had got the back door opened, they had a pistol on me and was grabbing my 11-year-old daughter,” King said.

“I’m telling them, ‘I have nothing for you,’ and they’re like, ‘Give me everything you got.’ It became real violent, real fast.”

King says the men began pistol-whipping him and kicking him in the head before his wife, who is eight months pregnant, became aware of the situation

After one of the men shot at her, she retrieved a legally-owned AR-15 rifle and returned fire, hitting one suspect as they both fled.

“When he came toward the back door in her line of sight, she clipped him,” King explained. “He made it from my back door to roughly 200 feet out in the front ditch before the AR did its thing.”

“Them guys came in with two normal pistols and my AR stopped it,” he said. “(My wife) evened the playing field and kept them from killing me.”

Police later found one suspect deceased in a ditch nearby, and are searching for the other.

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A home intruder was scared off by Philadelphia Eagles star Fletcher Cox when he grabbed a shotgun and called police, according to reports.

Cox was at his home when the suspect, Corbyn Nyemah, began a siege of the property in an attempt to track down his ex-girlfriend, according to court documents obtained by ABC 6 Action News.

Nyemah allegedly damaged his ex-girlfriend’s car, which was parked at Cox’s home, before attempting to force entry into the house by “throwing rocks through the front door.”

“Court records also reveal surveillance cameras at Cox’s home capturing Nyemah walking around the exterior of the property with a baseball bat and attempting to enter the garage multiple times,” ABC 6 reports.

“After Cox armed himself with a shotgun, he called police reporting a man attempting to break into his home.”

Nyemah reportedly fled the property and led police on a chase, but was eventually apprehended by U.S. Marshals.

“Nyemah wouldn’t go on camera but didn’t deny the attack,” said WPVI reporter Chad Pradelli, who confronted Nyemah at his home.

“He told me most of what was detailed in court records was true. Police say surveillance outside Cox’s [home] captured much of the attempted burglary. Nyemah says he wanted to talk to his ex-girlfriend who he dated for 2 yrs.”

Nyemah reportedly sent a photo of himself brandishing a firearm to his ex-girlfriend following the police pursuit.

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A 12-year-old girl was hauled from school in handcuffs and charged with a felony for allegedly pointing her fingers in the shape of a gun at classmates in Overland Park, Kansas.

The child was arrested on Sept. 18 after she, “unlawfully and feloniously communicated a threat to commit violence, with the intent to place another, in fear, or with the intent to cause the evacuation, lock down or disruption in regular, ongoing activities,” according to court documents reviewed by the Kansas City Star.

While school officials and authorities have reportedly declined to discuss the case, citing privacy laws, a source familiar with the course of events shared them with the Star.

“The person said that during a class discussion, another student asked the girl, if she could kill five people in the class, who would they be? In response, the girl allegedly pointed her finger pistol — like the ones many children use playing cops and robbers,” the Star reports.

“Because of that gesture, The Star was told, the girl was sent to Principal Jeremy McDonnell’s office, and the other students involved were also talked to. The school resource officer recommended that she be arrested, the source said. She was detained by police and later released to her mother.”

The child is now reportedly living with in California with her grandfather, Jon Cavanaugh, who says he is afraid for her future, as he has been advised she could face up to a year at a juvenile detention center if convicted.

“I think that this is something that probably could have been handled in the principal’s office and got completely out of hand,” Cavanaugh said. “She was just mouthing off.”

Cavanaugh says the child has no access to a real firearm and never intended to hurt anyone.

In 2013, a 7-year-old Baltimore boy made national headlines after he was suspended from school for allegedly chewing a pastry into the shape of a gun. A handful of similar incidents have played out since.

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An American tennis player has been fined $10,000 for using his racket to mimic shooting a rifle at a referee in a gesture he said was intended to be “playful.”

Doubles tennis star Mike Bryan and his twin brother Bob had just successfully challenged a poor call by a line judge during a match at the U.S. Open in New York.

“The duo had been trailing by a set and had just challenged a lob that had been called in by the line judge — in favor of their opponents, Roberto Carballes Baena of Spain and Federico Delbonis of Argentina,” the New York Post reports. “A replay review showed that the ball had in fact landed out, and Bryan chose to express his frustration with his racket.”

Bryan could then be seen pointing at the judges and aiming his racket at them like a rifle and mimicking a shooting posture.

Bryan was quickly hit with a code violation for unsportsmanlike conduct, which he contested on the court.

“Just tell me what I did real quick? What was the gesture?” he asked.

Chair umpire Mariana Alves responded, “The gesture that you did. You did it to the line umpire and did it to me. You did with your racket like it was a gun. I don’t think that was appropriate.”

The U.S. Tennis Association (USTA) later fined Bryan $10,000 for the gesture, which has been called “insensitive” and “poorly timed” by critics and mainstream media, in the wake of recent mass shootings, one of which had taken place hours earlier in Texas.

“We thought it warranted that amount,” said USTA spokesman Brendan McIntyre.

Bryan has since apologized profusely for the move, saying, “We won the point and the gesture was meant to be playful. But given the recent news and political climate I understand how my gesture could be viewed as insensitive. I promise that I will never do anything like this again.”

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A legally-armed citizen is being hailed as a hero after he thwarted an attempted robbery at a 7-Eleven in Virginia, shooting two perpetrators and killing one, according to reports.

Police were called to a 7-Eleven convenience store in Virginia Beach at around 2:10 am on Thursday morning, where they reportedly discovered two people had been shot, one of whom ultimately died while the other suffered life-threatening injuries.

“Investigators learned that the two males had entered the 7-Eleven and were attempting to commit an armed robbery of the store clerks,” a Virginia Beach Police spokesperson said. “Another citizen, who was already in the store and in possession of a legal weapon, confronted and ultimately shot the suspects.”

Local media spoke with customers who were in the store at the time. They called the armed civilian a “hero.”

The wounded suspect was transported to hospital while a third suspect was arrested in the vicinity.

Police say they believe the attempted heist was related to three more armed robberies that took place that night in nearby communities.

This is the second deadly shooting at a 7-Eleven in Hampton Roads in the past two weeks.

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