SHOOT FIRST ASK QUESTIONS LATER IT'S YOU OR THEM. The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office arrested five men from South Florida in connection with an Armed Robbery that occurred early Thursday morning in Sarasota. Just after 4:45 a.m., June 15, 2017, the Public Safety Communications Center received a report of a suspicious person armed with a rifle, at a home in the 2100 block of Dodge Avenue Sarasota Fl. As deputies were responding, more information was gathered indicating that the homeowner disarmed the suspect and was holding him until law enforcement arrived. As calltakers gathered details and deputies began to arrive, the victim advised that two more suspects were involved and fled prior to law enforcement arrival. Based on a description of the suspect's vehicle, deputies were able to quickly locate it at a gas station in the 5600 block of Fruitville Road. Four men wearing dark clothing were found inside the car, one of whom was carrying several zip ties.
All five men were interviewed by detectives and two of them admitted to committing the robbery. As detectives continued to gather evidence, they recovered surveillance video from the victim's home which captured the entire incident. Video shows Alen Beltran-Vazquez, Angel Cabrera-Basulto and Ronier Jauregui-Lorente enter the victim's porch armed with a shotgun, machete and crowbar, in an attempt to rob the victim. Cabrera-Basulto and Jauregui-Lorente are seen fleeing the home while the victim arms himself with a machete and holds Beltran-Vazquez until deputies arrive. Detectives identified Jorge Valido-Leyva and Roberto Salcedo-Balanza as the other men in the vehicle and through interviews, learned that they helped coordinate and plan the robbery. All five men are in custody at the Sarasota County Jail without bond. Beltran-Vazquez is charged with two counts of Armed Robbery and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. Jauregui-Lorente and Cabrera-Basulto are each charged with two counts of Armed Robbery. Valido-Leyva and Salcedo-Balanza face two counts each of Principal to Armed Robbery.
12 Gauge Riot Shotgun Loaded With .000 Steel Buckshot Best Home Invasion Protection For Sarasota And Bradenton Fl. When a burglar breaks into your home and he brings a knife or a handgun you respond with a 12 Gauge Riot Shotgun Loaded With .000 Steel Buckshot. One Round Is Equal To A Eight Round Burst From A Sub-machine Gun With Every Round Hitting, That Is What I Use, case closed.
This is a guide to help you select the best ammunition for your defensive firearm. Most of these opinions are based upon the work of police officers who have extensively studied the issue of firearms, ammunition and stopping power. I refer all interested parties to the excellent book Self-Defense, ‘Stressfire II: Advanced Combat Shotgun’ and the comprehensive book ‘Stopping Power’ by Marshall and Sanow.
The shotgun is not a magic weapon that will slay all foes. Like all other guns, it must be aimed at a specific target. Buckshot loads will not “sweep” a room. “Close” still only counts in horseshoes. Aim your shotgun from the shoulder (like a rifle) if you intend to hit an aggressor.
I cannot stress too heavily that the primary determinant of stopping power is BULLET PLACEMENT. A cool, deliberate marksman with a little .380 Ruger LCP will beat a panicky, inaccurate man with a .357 Magnum or $1200 customized .45 auto every time. Whatever firearm and caliber you select, you must practice firing hundreds of rounds in realistic defensive scenarios until you can confidently make disabling hits on your target. Tactics and marksmanship win gunfights – not having the latest ‘wonder bullet’ in your gun.
For too long, women were told that if they wanted to carry a sidearm they needed a “ladies’ gun,” usually a tiny .22 or .25 automatic with so little power it might or might not stop a charging gerbil. Then the trend moved toward the small .38 Special revolver. The snub-nose .38 became a classic gun for modem times.
Smith & Wesson’s first “Lady-Smith” since the 19th century became a roaring success in the 20th century based on the Chief Special, 2-inch barrel, five-shot, .32-frame revolver. There would be other Lady Smiths, including the neat little 3913 LS compact 9mm auto pistol.
A note on shotgun spread: firing your shotgun does not create a diabolical cone of doom destroying all in its path. If you have a typical defense or “riot” gun with an 18″-20″ open-choked “cylinder” barrel, the pellets will spread out about 1″ for every yard of range. This means that the spread of pellets fired across a large room (18′) will be 6″ or so, a circle the size of a coffee cup saucer. At 50 feet, the spread will be the size of a large pizza (16″). Lock and load, be safe.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota to Panama City Fl, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com