“A metro Atlanta police officer was in critical condition after he, a homeowner and a dog were shot when police responded to a call at the wrong house,” nbcnews.com reports. “Officers responded to a call for a burglary in progress about 7:30 p.m. ET, but they went to the wrong address because the caller gave only a description of a ‘gray brick house’ without a street number, [Dekalb County Public Safety Officer Cedric] Alexander said. Details of what happened hadn’t been determined . . . The homeowner was shot in the leg and was being transported to a hospital.” Strangely enough, Fox News’ Outnumbered just referenced this shooting as evidence of an “epidemic” of firearms-related attacks on police. Meanwhile, in Houston we learn that the man who shot a Deputy . . .
. . . spent time in a mental hospital following a 2012 arrest, according to a prosecutor.
Shannon J. Miles is charged with capital murder in the death of Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Goforth.
Miles’ criminal history includes an arrest in 2012 following a fight at a homeless shelter he was staying at in Austin . . .
Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson would not comment …read more
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