Carry, because you just never know...

  • You just never know, example #1:
    The Toledo Blade is reporting that a 23-year-old woman told police yesterday morning that she was shot while going to her car at her residence in the 900 block of Byrneport Drive at approximately 9:30 a.m..

    From the story:

      Natasha Campbell told police she was walking to her car when a man wearing something over his face walked up to her and asked for change. When she said she didn't have any and turned, the man shot her, Ms. Campbell told officers.

      She told police a friend drove her to the hospital. A St. Vincent Mercy spokesman said Ms. Campbell was listed in fair condition.

  • You just never know, example #2:
    The Toledo Blade is reporting that Findlay police are searching for two men who robbed a pizza delivery driver Saturday night.

    From the story:

      The men, one of them brandishing a handgun, approached the driver, who works for Marco's Pizza, as he was making a delivery in the 200 block of Stanley Avenue, Findlay police said.

      The driver turned over an undisclosed amount of cash and his pizza to the robbers, who fled on foot, police said.

  • You just never know, example #3:
    The Fremont Times-Messenger is reporting that a Fremont couple reported being tied up and robbed by gunpoint Saturday afternoon after two men entered their home after asking to use a phone.

    From the story:

      A little after 4:30 p.m., a man in the 2700 block of South River Road in Ballville Township reported two men came to his front door saying they had run out of gas and asking if he had any. The man said he noticed a newer silver or gray vehicle with custom hub caps parked near his house with its hood up, as if it were disabled.

      When he said he did not have any gas, the men asked to use his phone. The victim said he left the suspects on the porch while he got the phone, but he left the door open a crack. The suspects entered the home and pulled out handguns, telling the man, as well as a female victim, to lie on the floor.

      According to a report from the Sandusky County Sheriff's Office, the suspects used a television cable wire and the victim's belt to bind the man's hands.

      The suspects took the female victim to another room and used a telephone line and a belt to tie her hands as well.

      After disconnecting the phone lines, the suspects stole the man's wallet and the female victim's purse and spent about 45 minutes going through the home looking for jewelry and money.

      At one point, the suspects reportedly threatened to shoot the man unless he told them his credit card information.

    The sheriff's office told reporters that the suspects are still at large, evidence was collected, and the investigation is ongoing.

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