Thursday, December 29, 2011

Burglar Shot By Accomplice... and Other Random Acts Of Justice


Nathaniel  James Clay and a couple of friends allegedly thought it would be easy to steal some stuff from a house and make some quick cash. But what he got was a couple of bullets from one of his friends instead as they tried to burglarize a home in Melbourne, Florida.  

The homeowner forcefully tried to protect his property as he caught the men stealing from him. He started pounding Nathaniel James Clay (pictured below) with a baseball bat. One of his armed accomplices came to his rescue and tried to shoot the burglary victim. The accomplice fired but wildly fired shots hit Mr. Clay several times Instead. 
The three home invaders took off out the back door, but Clay dropped in his tracks in the yard. His buddies ran off. Clay is recovering and will be arrested for Home Invasion. 

Robbery suspect 
Nathaniel James Clay

In Indianapolis:
Kroger grocery stores have a policy prohibiting employees from carrying firearms while on the job. That policy is being put to the test in Indianapolis where a thug was shot in the face and killed by a Kroger employee as he tried to pull off an armed robbery there. Jeremy Atkinson (pictured below) approached a store manager and put a hard object against her back and demanded cash. A young Kroger employee saw what was happening and fired four times, hitting the robber in the face. Atkinson expired at an Indianapolis hospital later. Police haven’t said what that hard object that Atkinson used was.
Kroger is investigating the shooting. Employees at other businesses with a similar policy have been fired for violating policy after they stop an armed robbery with a gun that the company forbids. We’ll see if the hero here ends in the unemployment line because of this heroic act.
Atkinson was a frequent flyer as an armed robber. He was convicted of armed robbery of a Subway several years ago. There was also an active arrest warrant out for him for parole violation for that armed robbery after spending about two years in prison. 
                                                                                                                Jeremy Atkinson
Jeremy Atkinson Armed Robbery Indianapolis


In Detroit:

An alleged burglar, fresh out of prison as a parolee, was shot three times by the 63 year old retired cop resident in the home where he was caught. The home’s occupant heard a knock at the front door, but ignored it because he was expecting a package delivery. Then officer then heard a pounding on his side door, went to investigate, saw someone in the house. He went back to his bedroom and returned to the room with his gun in hand. The home’s occupant feared for his life and shot Ronnie Dee Mixon (pictured below) three times.

Mixon fled the house and got into a getaway car waiting outside. He was driven to a Detroit hospital where the staff called police as he was being treated for the three bullet wounds. He had been convicted on three previous home invasion burglaries. Its alleged that Mixon made incriminating statements to police at the hospital.
The officer may be considering some fresh range time. 

Ronnie Dee Mixon

In Las Vegas: 

Just a few Miles from the History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” Gold and Silver Pawn shop is, another would be armed robber was shot dead by a Cash America Super Pawn employee as he tried to rob the shop. Many pawn shop employees are armed for this reason. That was the case when the unnamed handgun carrying robber was killed by an armed employee after a short, but conclusive gunfight. His name will be released after the autopsy by the coroner. 

Ten Most Wanted
The FBI is offering rewards for information leading to the apprehension of the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives. Select the images of suspects to display more information.

    Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution - Murder, Kidnapping, Rape, Parole Violation
    REWARD: The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of Joe Luis Saenz.
    On July 25, 1998, Joe Luis Saenz allegedly shot and killed two rival gang members in Los Angeles. Less than two weeks later, on August 5, 1998, Saenz allegedly kidnapped, raped, and murdered his girlfriend. Saenz allegedly murdered a fourth victim in October of 2008 in Los Angeles County.
    Saenz is believed to work for a Mexican drug cartel, and is known to travel between the United States and Mexico. He may have removed his tattoos with a laser. He has reportedly made previous statements indicating plans to kill a police officer upon his arrest. He is believed to always carry a weapon.

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