Member Georgia Carry
Agreed, across the board.First IMHO the carjacker got what he deserved.
Second also IMHO a person should have the right to defend their property and their life.
Third once again IMHO it's just too bad the laws no longer see it that way.
It's just too bad I will not be on the jury in this case should it go to trial.
Police said 18-year-old, Lasupta Singletary was shot and killed after he and Jernalen Coleman carjacked Louise Ornduff and her son on Belcher Rd.
Singletary was recently released from custody in Pasco County after police said he burglarized Sunshine State Armorny Gun Store in Zephyrhills in April.
Surveillance video captured the moment a truck crashed through the front glass of the store.
Investigators said Singletary and two others, smashed the casings and stole guns.
In March, deputies say Singletary and another suspect broke into a warehouse in Zephyrhills and stole two dirt bikes.
Singletary posted bail for a $100,000 bond in September.
Mike DeHainaut lives in the apartments next door, where Monday night's shooting occurred.
He said it was only a matter of time.
"I don't think somebody necessarily like that should be out on the street," he said.
DeHainaut said he also carries a weapon for protection.
"I live in this neighborhood and I carry a gun. I've got a gun on me right now," he said.
News Channel 8 asked the State Attorney's Office how Singletary was able to get out and whether he was being monitored.