Purse snatching-carjacking-kidnapping at ''no-guns'' Dot's Market
The Dayton Daily News is reporting that police have put out a bulletin to all area police agencies concerning a reported carjacking and potential kidnapping that occurred following a purse-snatching outside a "no-guns" victim zone in Dayton.
From the story:
- Police fear a driver could have been carjacked Wednesday night by an armed purse snatcher.
The incident began shortly after 9:40 p.m. Police were dispatched to Dot's Market, 2274 Patterson Road, on a report that a woman's purse was snatched as she walked out of the store.
Two clerks tried to pursue the suspect, but relented when he told them he had a gun. The white male suspect then ran around the store toward Rembrandt Boulevard and entered a maroon or purple Chevy Lumina with temporary tag number J442102. Witnesses say they saw the purse snatcher put an object to the driver's head and tell him to drive.
According to the "no-guns" sign posted on the door of Dot's, owner Rob Bernhard is still misleading customers by telling them his discriminatory signs are required because he has a Class D liquor license. Of course, the question of whether groceries had to ban concealed handgun license-holders was settled long ago, and OFCC can report that Mr. Bernhard has been so informed.
Contact information for Dot's Market and other dangerous locations is available on OFCC's Do Not Patronize While Armed database.
For a long list of what amounts to be just SOME of the Ohio crimes committed in places where guns are banned, click here.
REQUIRED READING: The False Hope of Gun-Free Zones