A 14-year-old boy shot and nearly killed an intruder who broke into his Phoenix home and pulled a gun on him while he was watching his three younger siblings, police said Saturday. The teen and his siblings, ages 8, 10 and 12, were at home alone when a woman rang the doorbell Friday afternoon, Phoenix police Officer James Holmes said. The teen didn’t open the door because he didn’t recognize the woman. Soon after, the teen heard a loud bang on the door, rushed his siblings upstairs and got a handgun from his parent’s bedroom.
A 20-year-old Ohio woman has been charged with raping a teenage boy at knife point. Janice Nichole Phillips of Union Township, Ohio is alleged to have held the 14-year-old boy hostage at knife-point. Phillips ordered the boy into her apartment where he was forced to perform sex acts. Police said the boy was not physically harmed during the ordeal.
New 10 Sacramento Ca just reported on a shooting that happened June 8, 2011. News 10 reported the knife was found in the bed of the vehicle. Around 7 Min and 30 sec into the video you clearly see the officer put a knife into the bed of the truck. The pig recieved the knife from a fellow pig and used it to cut off the victims shirt.
Jesse Michener's daughters Violet, 11, and Zoe, 9, set out from their home last Tuesday for an all-day school event. The morning had been a rainy one but by noon the rain gave way to sun, and the girls began to burn. Violet and Zoe were not allowed to apply sunscreen due to a school policy against it, even though Zoe suffers from a form of albinism, a genetic condition that makes her particularly sun-sensitive.
New Hampshire Governor John Lynch has signed Rep. Jenn Coffey’s Knife Rights Bill into law, removing restrictions on switchblades, dirks, daggers and stilettos in Hew Hampshire and essentially removing all restrictions on knives in New Hampshire state law. New Hampshire now has no knife laws which stop law abiding citizens from buying, selling, owning, carrying, possessing, transporting, collecting, or lawfully using any type of knife. This is the first complete repeal of a state's knife restrictions ever.