Joining states like Indiana, South Dakota, North Dakota, South Carolina, Michigan, and Texas, Kentucky legislators are currently considering a bill that would make the Second Amendment the only “permit” needed to keep and bear arms.

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SB7, sponsored by Senators Albert Robinson (R), C.B. Embry Jr. (R), Dennis Parrett (D), and Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R), would “allow persons not otherwise prohibited by other laws to carry concealed weapons without a license, excluding certain prohibited locations..."

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Local news reports:

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WKYT) - A state Senate bill would allow people to carry a concealed firearm without a license.

Senate Bill 7 would "allow persons not otherwise prohibited by other laws to carry concealed weapons without a license, excluding certain prohibited locations..."

SB7 is sponsored by state Sens. Albert Robinson (R), C.B. Embry Jr. (R), Dennis Parrett (D), Mike Wilson (R), and Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R).

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Monday, 21 November 2016 07:38

Woman fatally shoots home invader

An older woman was home alone when two thugs tried to break in – shaking her door for about thirty minutes.

Finally, they broke through the window of her back door.

But this woman was armed and ready. Stepping out of the hallway with her gun, she fired one shot, fatally striking one of the robbers.

No charges will be filed against the woman. The surviving suspect faces charges of murder and burglary.

Local news reports:

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A woman shot and killed a man who was attempting to break into her home, according to her son.

Louisville Metro police officers were called to the 3800 block of Northumberland Drive in the Worthington Hills neighborhood on a report of a shooting around 3:20 p.m. Friday.

The homeowner’s son, Bruce Haddix, said he was at the gym when he got a call from his mom saying people were trying to break into their house. He said he raced home, but by that time he said his mom shot one of the men trying to break in.

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Monday, 10 October 2016 12:08

Burglary victim fatally shoots intruder

In the wee morning hours, a Kentucky homeowner awoke to hear someone breaking into their house.

“We never see this happen,” his neighbor told local media. “So it was definitely a surprise and shock when that happened.”

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The homeowner got his gun, and upon finding the burglar, opened fire in self-defense – fatally striking the criminal.

Investigators have confirmed that the homeowner did not know the criminal who broke in. Three people, including a child, were inside the home at the time of the burglary.

No charges have been filed against the homeowner.

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Local news reports:

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A would-be burglar is dead after a homeowner shot and killed him.

Police said a man broke into a house on East Esplanade Avenue near Iroquois Park.

"We never see this happen in the neighborhood, so it was definitely a surprise and shock when that happened," neighbor Jessica Speaks said.

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A sixteen-year-old was home alone one morning when he heard rattling in the kitchen.

He thought it was his sister, back from work early. But then he heard a strange male voice saying, “You’re a dead man.”

The teenager grabbed a gun and, keeping himself hidden, saw the intruder in the hallway holding a knife. The boy ordered him to drop the knife, and when he refused, the teenager showed him the gun.

The suspect backed up, dropped the knife on the couch, and fled the scene.

Police are still looking for the fugitive.

Local news reports:

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) — A Laurel County, KY teen is speaking out about the day he chased an intruder out of his home. Bryson Reed says he heard someone break into his home Saturday morning on Highway 3434.

“I woke up and I noticed that my phone wasn’t charging and that it was dead,” Reed said. He was home alone when he was fidgeting with the electric.

“I stood up and heard somebody rattling in the kitchen and I thought it was just my sister. Maybe she had come back home from work early or something.”

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Thursday, 04 August 2016 15:30

Armed gas station clerk thwarts robbery

Around 2 a.m., a suspect burst into a gas station. He implied that he had a weapon, and demanded cash from the register.

The station clerk pulled out his gun, and held the suspect at gunpoint until officers arrived.

The suspect faces charges of first-degree robbery.

Local news reports:

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) — A man is in custody after a clerk stopped the attempted robbery of a Lexington gas station.

It happened at the Shell near Newtown Pike and Hackney Place overnight. Police say a man came in and implied he had a weapon. The clerk detained the man and held the suspect until police arrived.

Police tell LEX 18 that the clerk was armed and held the suspect at gunpoint.

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These burglars came knocking at the homeowner’s door around 5 a.m. When he opened it to find one of them pointing a gun, he fired four shots with his own.

He killed one of the would-be robbers and wounded the other in her arm. She ran off to a getaway driver and was located at the hospital.

Police now also have the driver in custody. The homeowner faces no charges.

Local news reports:

OWSLEY COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18) — An Owsley County homeowner tells LEX 18 that he was left with little choice but to shoot after a group of individuals attempted to break into his home this morning.

The shooting happened at the home of James Stewart off KY 11 near Booneville.

Stewart told LEX 18 that the incident all started when he answered a knock at the door at 5 a.m. He says a woman knocked at the door and when he opened it, police say Charles Harris was standing there with a gun in his hand.

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This suspect broke into a home while the owner was gone. However, the home’s surveillance camera recorded it all as he rummaged in the residence, taking four antique pistols, a crossbow, and a knife.

The owner’s dog was also in the house and wouldn’t stop barking. The burglar first threw the knife at it, and then shot it with one of the stolen pistols, finally silencing, though not killing, the dog.

Soon after, the homeowner returned. Alerted by the open side door, he entered with his gun drawn and confronted the burglar, who was holding a machete. The burglar surrendered and the owner held him at gunpoint until police arrived.

The suspect faces multiple charges. The dog is expected to fully recover.

Local news reports:

MEADE COUNTY, Ky. — A Brandenburg man pulled a gun on a would-be burglar after a violent home invasion and held the suspect at gunpoint until police arrived.

Residents in the woods of Meade County enjoy the peace and serenity of their area. But one couple had that peace and serenity shattered after a violent burglary that was caught on tape.

“It just happened, and I reacted. I knew I was going to protect my family as much as I could, and (I) had the means to do it,” Ron Sheffield said.

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When push comes to shove, a restraining order is only a piece of paper that can’t stop violence.

This woman’s ex-boyfriend had an active domestic violence order against him. Even after the order, he showed up at her house, banged on her windows, and then kicked in the front door.

Fearing for her safety and the safety of her son, she opened fire on him, fatally striking him.

Local news reports:

LEITCHFIELD, KY (WAVE) - A man is dead after police say he attempted to break into the home of his ex-girlfriend.

Patrick Dewayne Decker, 42, died after his ex-girlfriend shot him for kicking in her front door.

Decker had an active domestic violence order against him. Decker was ordered to stay away from his ex-girlfriend and her son, who was also present at the time of the break in. The order was recently amended to allow Decker to stay at his parents’ home that is next door to his ex-girlfriend’s home.

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This stalker got more than he bargained after threatening this woman with a knife. Video surveillance showed the man stalking her for some time, eventually following her to her car. He grabbed her and pulled out a knife, but fortunately she was armed. She shot the attacker in the neck to save herself. The attacker is being charged with kidnapping, attempted murder, and criminal mischief.

Local news reports:

NLOUISVILLE (KABC) -- It was a suspenseful January night as a man suspected of trying to rob a woman at knife point was instead shot by the would-be victim in Louisville, Kentucky.

Police said a man was captured on surveillance camera stalking the woman. He eventually follows right behind as she heads into an elevator at a parking garage.

There is no surveillance camera rolling when he eventually attacks her in the parking lot.

Police said she got in her car, he pushed in right behind her and put his hand over her mouth before pulling out a knife.

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p> After hearing the voices of 3 home invaders, Megan Baker, 27, of Pulaski County, KY called 911 and her father. Her father arrived minutes later and sent 2 of the invaders running, holding the other at gun-point until police arrived.

Local news reports:

Pulaski County police say deputies responded to a 911 call of a home invasion early Friday.

The call came in around 7:30 a.m., police say Megan Baker, 27, was awakened by the sound of male voices in the home.

According to police, Baker immediately called 911 and her father, Mark Baker who lives down the road.

Police say he arrived within minutes to find two people leaving the home and fired shots, one of which struck the car used by the suspects.

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