April 26, 2012
The first time the dog ran free and cornered Shellie in their gated community in Sanford, Florida, George called the owner to complain. The second time, Big Boi frightened his mother-in-law’s dog. Zimmerman called Seminole County Animal Services and bought pepper spray. The third time he saw the dog on the loose, he called again. An officer came to the house, county records show.
“Don’t use pepper spray,” he told the Zimmermans, according to a friend. “It’ll take two or three seconds to take effect, but a quarter second for the dog to jump you,” he said.
“Get a gun.”
That November, the Zimmermans completed firearms training at a local lodge and received concealed-weapons gun permits. In early December, another source close to them told Reuters, the couple bought a pair of guns. George picked a Kel-Tec PF-9 9mm handgun, a popular, lightweight weapon.
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By Joshua Rhett Miller
Published August 02, 2010
Residents in Virginia’s Fairfax County should watch for homemade chemical bombs placed in residential mailboxes or on front lawns, authorities say.
Anthony Barrero, battalion chief of the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department’s Fire and Hazardous Material Investigative Services unit, said 11 such crude devices have been found in Reston, Great Falls and West Springfield since May. No injuries have been reported and the incidents are thought to have been spread by “word of mouth,” Barrero said.
“These events tend to occur in clusters,” he said. “We suspect they are placed by young adults or juveniles. We don’t believe there’s any correlation to them other than word of mouth. They’re just pranks.”
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