A quick and chaotic one-man crime wave struck the small Washington town of Tumwater on Father’s Day, 2018. Luckily an armed citizen was there to stop the violence.
Back in March of 2016, Min Kim, the owner of a Spanaway convenience store was part of an incident that had become all too common in his store, shoplifting. But this time, Kim wasn’t going to stand for it.
Most parents would do anything to defend the lives of their children but few are ever called upon to do so. That still doesn’t mean you should not train or be prepared because if a Spanaway father was not he could have experienced the worst tragedy we can face, the death of a child.
A Finley couple certainly didn’t expect a bonding activity of theirs to be defending their property from a group of thieves, but that’s the thing about crime. It can pop up anywhere and you need to be ready for it.
What do you think of the ever-present danger that trained gun carriers such as our police have to handle? What about their ability and necessity to be situationally aware at all times when on the clock? Is that enough to be held to another standard when it comes to use of force? That’s what the Seattle […]
By now, Washingtonians are all too aware of the tragic mass shooting that occurred at Spokane’s Freeman High School last week. The barbaric attack on the school cost one student their life and injured three others before the shooter was placed into police custody. But could this bloodshed have been further avoided if there was […]
Joe Hemrich, a Marysville homeowner has been receiving plaudits from the Marysville police department for his recent handling of a potentially deadly situation in the early morning hours of September 18th.
Kimber Woods was at home early in the morning when she heard of reports of a man on the run from police. Soon, his run came into her home.
A 19-year-old Seattle woman was forced to shoot her ex-boyfriend as he charged at her holding a gun in the city’s Capitol Hill neighborhood on Monday morning, Seattle police say.
A new legislation in the state of Washington could soon allow concealed carry permit holders to be armed inside privately-owned stadiums which reside on public.