Thursday, July 27, 2017

Remember: Without Guns, We Will All Be Safe From Madmen

Man charged with attempted murder after bulldozer hits home
Two people escaped without injuries after a man allegedly crashed into their home with a bulldozer.
Esterhazy RCMP said it happened around 9:15 p.m. Tuesday at a home in the R.M. of Calder, west of Highway 8.
The driver of the bulldozer – a 59-year-old man also from the R.M. of Calder – was arrested at the scene. He was taken to hospital by EMS with minor injuries, according to RCMP.
Police said the house sustained “significant damage.”
The driver was charged with two counts of attempted murder, in addition to two counts of uttering threats, four counts of mischief, one count of assaulting a police officer, one count of intimidating a justice participant and two counts of breaching of an undertaking.
Hat tip to Small Dead Animals. 

2 comments:

James Gibson said...

Here in Texas, the story is the truck driver who one upped the Nazi death camp commanders and their death wagons. In stead of locking people in the truck trailer and piping exhaust inside, he just let them cook in the hot sun without water or air-conditioning. Ten died and more than 20 injured that are known: the only time he would open the trailer was to pull people out and put them into SUVs that would then take them to where ever their next stop was.

King Pimp Rob said...

See there is a legitimate need for AP rounds!