''Man with two firearms in school'' turns out to be teenager with pellet gun

According to a report in the Toledo Blade, an incident the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence's Toby Hoover prematurely flaunted in a press release last week, entitled "OHIO'S KIDS AT RISK OF BEING SHOT", has turned out much differently than Hoover's initial press release would have had you believe. The press release shouted: "On Wednesday, Riverside Elementary school in Toledo went in to lock...

Is OFCCPAC.org on the list of ''inappropriate'' sites banned by Columbus?

The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that the announcement of crackdown on Internet surfing of "inappropriate" websites by city employees was not much of a deterrent, at least initially. But what caught our eye in the story was what the City of Columbus deems "inappropriate": A week after the city announced it would begin monitoring on-the-job Internet use and blocking access to certain sites,...

Another armed robbery in a ''no-guns'' United Dairy Farmers store

A full year after OhioCCW became law and after countless thousands of CHL-holders shopped in the stores countless thousands of times without incident, United Dairy Farmers management decided to post “no-guns” signs to keep their patrons safe. Great idea - IF you're a (criminal) patron planning on staging an armed robbery, that is: Case # 050454919 Title Robbery Report # 050454919.1 Subject 450 –...

Two ''no-guns'' Ohio businesses suffer robberies

WKYC.com is reporting that a Brinks security guard was robbed in the food court at Prime Outlets Mall in Lodi while loading an ATM Machine. Prime Outlets Malls are posted with “no-guns” signs (in Ohio only), not just on the buildings, but in parking lots as well. Mall owners have asserted that these signs make their patrons and leasees safer, but since the postings Prime Outlets has made news for...

Self-defense issues cause Ohio pizza delivery workers to consider unionization

The Buffalo (NY) News is reporting that robberies and assaults are prompting pizza workers to carry guns, and to consider unionizing so that they can better bargain against employers who would deny them their right to self-defense From the story: Three robbers ambushed one man at the back door of a West Side house, kicking him in the head and sending him to the hospital. Another man was slammed...

Gun banners who can’t shoot straight

By John R. Lott, Jr. New York Post June 3, 2005 When the federal assault- weapons ban expired last September, its fans claimed that gun crimes and police killings would surge. Sarah Brady, one of the nation's leading gun-control advocates, warned, "Our streets are going to be filled with AK-47s and Uzis." Well, over eight months have gone by and the only casualty has been gun-controllers'...

Second time this week: Ohio CHL-holder defends against robbery

For the second time in three days, an Ohio Concealed Handgun License-holder has been able to defend their own lives and wound an assailant when targeted for robbery. On early Wednesday morning, in Cincinnati, a CHL-holder was ambushed, shot three times, and still managed to return fire and injure one of his attackers. The grandmother of the man's girlfriend, who called police after the attack,...

State-mandated victim zone: Student assaulted in OSU dorm room

Columbus' NBC4i.com is reporting that Ohio State University police are searching for a man who assaulted a student in his dormitory room on Wednesday morning. Police said the student interrupted a theft in his room at about 10:50 a.m. in a W. 12th Avenue dormitory and was assaulted when the suspect fled. The suspect is described by the news station as black, between 18 and 20 years old, 5 feet 10...

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