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Teen punk allegedly shoots unarmed maintenance man, quickly realizes he made a grave mistake: Report

Teen Punk Allegedly ⁤Shoots Unarmed Maintenance Man, Soon Finds Out He Picked ​the Wrong One: Report

If you’re a teenage punk allegedly looking to rob a‍ repairman (or anyone, for that matter), be ⁢forewarned: Your weapon might not be enough to keep you safe, even if you’re the only one armed.

According to the Lake & McHenry County Scanner, a Waukegan, Illinois, maintenance man was shot during an attempted ‌robbery ​on Tuesday, ‌but managed to fight back using the suspect’s own weapon.

The outlet reported that, at a little before ⁤11 ​in the morning Tuesday, both the Waukegan Police Department and Waukegan Fire Department⁤ responded to a call⁣ at an apartment complex⁤ over reports of a shooting.

When first responders arrived, they found that two men were⁣ shot‌ — one aged 17, the other aged 20.

Both the 17-year-old and the 20-year-old were shot in the thigh, according to a police report. The teen was found⁢ inside an apartment at the complex, while the maintenance man was found behind the building, on the ground by the ‍dumpster.

First aid was given to both gunshot victims before paramedics could ​arrive on the scene.

A picture of what allegedly happened began to emerge as the maintenance man talked with ⁣officers. According to him, the 17-year-old had tried to rob him with the pistol. However, he fought back.

He ‌was able ‌to gain control of the gun, shooting the suspect in the process.

The police ⁤report also had a witness report that backed up that version of events, saying they saw​ a struggle for ‌the‍ firearm which ended with ⁣both men‍ being wounded.

Police said a gun was recovered from the area, with a second gun being recovered from the⁣ suspect’s apartment. The incident is currently ​under investigation.

Waukegan, a suburb of​ Chicago with a population of just under ​90,000, has seen a fair share of high-profile armed robberies in recent months.

In July, a man died after he was shot during an ‌armed robbery ⁤in the city and⁣ crashed his car into a building ⁢trying to get away. Two men were​ charged in⁢ that incident,‍ according to the Scanner.

In September, another alleged armed robbery made headlines in the city; the Scanner ⁢ reported that a man was hit over the head and grabbed by the neck during the theft.

In Tuesday’s case, however, the maintenance ‌man apparently had not only wits, but the reaction time to grab the gun from his assailant and turn it back on him.

However, it’s also a helpful reminder that there’s an easier way to defend oneself from an armed⁢ robbery than turning ⁤someone else’s gun on them: Having your ‌ own gun to turn on them. That’s‌ why we have ‌the Second‍ Amendment, and making free and responsible use of ​it can preclude crimes like this from happening in the first place⁢ — or drastically improve your chances‌ of getting out alive if they do happen.


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The post Teen Punk Allegedly Shoots Unarmed Maintenance Man, Soon Finds⁢ Out He Picked the Wrong One: Report appeared​ first on The Western Journal.

Is ⁤the right ​to bear arms a⁢ right ⁢or ​a‌ privilege?

The right to keep‌ and bear arms in the United States is a fundamental right protected ‍by the Second⁣ Amendment to the United States Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, and by the constitutions of most U.S. states. ⁢”https://www.westernjournal.com/tag/gun-rights/” ⁣target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Second Amendment ⁤in the United States, which grants the right to⁣ bear arms ‍for self-defense.

While the incident in Waukegan serves as a ⁤reminder ‍of the dangers of armed ​robbery and the importance of self-defense, it also raises questions about the root causes of such crimes. Why would⁤ a teenager resort to robbery and violence? Are there‍ underlying societal issues that need ​to be addressed?

It is crucial ⁣for society to focus on preventing such incidents by addressing the factors that lead to criminal ⁤behavior. This includes addressing​ issues such as ‍poverty, lack of opportunities, and social inequality. By addressing these issues and providing support and⁤ resources to at-risk⁣ individuals,⁢ we can work ‌towards creating a safer and more just society.

In conclusion, the story ​of the attempted ‍robbery in Waukegan serves⁣ as a reminder that⁤ even armed criminals are not​ immune‌ to the consequences of their actions. It also underscores⁤ the need to address ⁤the underlying issues that contribute to such crimes in​ order to ‍create a safer and more equitable society for all.

Sources:

Lake & McHenry ​County Scanner

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