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Louisa Investigators Say Bad Break-Up Leads to Shooting - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sp...

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Louisa County investigators believe a bad break-up between a boyfriend and girlfriend led to her father shooting the ex.

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wtw wtr wrt

Charlottesville, VA

#1 Nov 21, 2011
Well done Father of the true victim.
R U Kidding me

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Nov 21, 2011
Shot several times?
In critical condition?
Shoulda fired one more.
true

Crozet, VA

#3 Nov 21, 2011
trespass and a protective order=not guilty stay away punk, next
TEX

Charlottesville, VA

#4 Nov 21, 2011
The shootee WAS warned
Nancy

Winchester, VA

#5 Nov 21, 2011
TIME NOW FOR FAMILY LAW!!!!!!!!!! If you are told to stay away, I would think you would get the message. People are getting tired of waiting for the law to take care of the ones that want to keep causing trouble and endangering family members. My hats off to the dad for protecting his family.Should this be the beginning of a trend? Law breakers take heed, you have been put on notice.
true

Crozet, VA

#6 Nov 21, 2011
Nancy wrote:
TIME NOW FOR FAMILY LAW!!!!!!!!!! If you are told to stay away, I would think you would get the message. People are getting tired of waiting for the law to take care of the ones that want to keep causing trouble and endangering family members. My hats off to the dad for protecting his family.Should this be the beginning of a trend? Law breakers take heed, you have been put on notice.
Yep call law enforcement and they are minutes away, grab your own gun in seconds or less this is what you end up with louisa should be ashamed trying to find a way to charge the dad
motherof3

United States

#7 Nov 21, 2011
I would protect me and mine at all costs!
Shame on the young man involved.
Larry

Crozet, VA

#8 Nov 21, 2011
The sheriffÂ’s office isn't pressing charges until investigators can get the victim's side of the story

By all means Creepy Creepy Creepy

Dad will probably do hard time for this and the perp walks
Wonder if alcohol was involved
Guardian

Stuart, VA

#9 Nov 21, 2011
"Trying to break in" probably did not meet the standard to warrant the use of deadly force. There is a good chance the father will pay a heavy price for being a bit too quick on the trigger.
America1st

Buckingham, VA

#15 Nov 21, 2011
Look at all these redneck hicks defending the actions of this would-be murderer. What a bright group you all are.
Alice

United States

#17 Nov 22, 2011
OUTRAGEOUS wrote:
I know the man in recovery. He is a good guy who got involved with a girl who likes to have control. She contacts him all the time. Has kept his belongings hanging over his head taunting him to return. The Louisa police have been no help to him. As soon as he steps out of jail for violating her order she calls and claims he is violating the order even if he isn't. She gets together with him when she wants to but if he says something wrong or she is mad she gets him put away again. She called daddy this time and now the good guy who met the wrong girl almost lost his life. It's a sad sad thing. We just hope he recovers so he can tell his side. No matter what he did not deserve this. He's a hardworking good guy. If everyone goes shooting everyone who pisses them off what would happen to this world.
Well why don't you just go to UVA and hold his hand, and if & when he recovers, slap him up side the head and tell him how stupid he is. He is an ADULT, hell-ooo.
Bleeding hearts really PO me.
What would you do it the role was reversed? It was your dumb a55 daughter?
No one forced him to drive down the driveway and violate the orders set forth by the court. Was he drinking, smoking something???
According to court docs and public records (local newspaper) he had violated the orders time and time again. No self restraint I'm guessing.
Shot four times should send the message; STAY AWAY.
Alice

United States

#21 Nov 22, 2011
WTF wrote:
This guy, who people on here are saying is a threat or a would be "murderer", is a very wonderful person. He has been a friend/ pretty much family for years. I pray for his recovery so, he can tell his side of the story and justice can be served. All you people get your judgments from an article and ASSume he is a horrible person. You guys don't even know the WHOLE story! The father is a lunatic, dope smoking, alcoholic and the same goes for the daughter! She called the victim constantly and begged for him to come over. Yes, he shouldn't have gone and if I knew he was going that night I would have yelled at him. But, at the same time, she shouldn't have told and taunted him to come to her house. POINT BLANK....HE SHOULDN'T HAVE BEEN SHOT! My prayers go out to him and his wonderful family. Oh, by the way Alice I am on my way to see him and at America1st, I am not a redneck and am very intelligent with a bachelors degree. I have all my teeth and speak correct English.
Well Ms. Smartypants maybe you can talk some sense to this "wonderful person"; hopefully he will recover.
So you have a degree, does it matter? Common sense should prevail; stay the heck away when you know you are flirting with diaster.
Thats the way it is

United States

#22 Nov 22, 2011
OUTRAGEOUS wrote:
I know the man in recovery. He is a good guy who got involved with a girl who likes to have control. She contacts him all the time. Has kept his belongings hanging over his head taunting him to return. The Louisa police have been no help to him. As soon as he steps out of jail for violating her order she calls and claims he is violating the order even if he isn't. She gets together with him when she wants to but if he says something wrong or she is mad she gets him put away again. She called daddy this time and now the good guy who met the wrong girl almost lost his life. It's a sad sad thing. We just hope he recovers so he can tell his side. No matter what he did not deserve this. He's a hardworking good guy. If everyone goes shooting everyone who pisses them off what would happen to this world.
I notice you give very detailed information about some one ELSE'S life. A gossip who thinks they know everyone else's business, no doubt. A protective order is a protective order, plain and simple. It means stay the hell away. No matter if the girl called him or not. I had a friend get murdered just last year by a guy she had a protective order against. According to the police report, he broke into her apartment through a basement window. I wish to God someone had put bullets in his a/s/s before he had a chance to take his shotgun and blow away a mother of 3 and grandmother of 6. My own daughter has a protective order against her ex husband. And I keep a loaded protective order of my own, just in case he doesn't want to obey it.
OUTRAGEOUS

Glen Allen, VA

#23 Nov 22, 2011
this guy is not a bad guy. a dumb guy in love. She called him over and set him up is all I will say. She is crazy. She stole his dog and kept it from him for months. So it's just ok for people to go shooting each other. Also I have a Graduates degree make more then $100k and am from a family that is far from red neck we don't live in the country don't watch nascar and don't even drink. The man who shot him and the crazy girl they are the rednecks.
A Joke

Charlottesville, VA

#24 Nov 22, 2011
Family Court is a joke, I have no respect for them. Women get mad at their boyfriend/husband and go get a RO just to make his life difficult, then just as quickly they want to cancel it, until next time, then it starts all over again. Family Court has always been biased against men in general and is a tool for PO'd B**ches.
OUTRAGEOUS wrote:
I know the man in recovery. He is a good guy who got involved with a girl who likes to have control. She contacts him all the time. Has kept his belongings hanging over his head taunting him to return. The Louisa police have been no help to him. As soon as he steps out of jail for violating her order she calls and claims he is violating the order even if he isn't. She gets together with him when she wants to but if he says something wrong or she is mad she gets him put away again. She called daddy this time and now the good guy who met the wrong girl almost lost his life. It's a sad sad thing. We just hope he recovers so he can tell his side. No matter what he did not deserve this. He's a hardworking good guy. If everyone goes shooting everyone who pisses them off what would happen to this world.
Hyper-Technical Dweeb

Loganville, GA

#25 Nov 22, 2011
Part of the problem is that the standard for obtaining a protective order is very low. Worse, some people who get protective orders use them to taunt the people whom they claim to fear.

A protective order often denies the Defendant access to property he or she might own. It often gets the Defendant evicted from the home that is titled in the Defedant's name. It gives the victim the opportunity to sell the Defendant's property. Sure, the Defendant can sue to try to recover, but so many of the people who obtain these things do not work, and there is no way to collect on a judgment.

I know nothing about this case, but I know protective orders are issued on the thinnest of evidence. Why? Because judges are cautious, and they all know that it only takes one victim whose petition for a protective order was denied to be assaulted, or worse, before that judge's career is over. It happened to a judge in Maryland about 10 years ago.

Family disputes ae the worst for law enforcement, because the relations do not end with the issueance of the protective order. So long as some victims realize the benefits they gain with a protective order, the system will be abused.

Hopefully, the intruder recovers and a court can hear this story. If the intruder was the aggressor, he goes to jail. If the victim lured him to a trap, the victim and her Father are the guilty ones.
T-Money

Verona, VA

#27 Nov 22, 2011
Guardian wrote:
"Trying to break in" probably did not meet the standard to warrant the use of deadly force. There is a good chance the father will pay a heavy price for being a bit too quick on the trigger.
If you are trying to break into my house while I am home you will not leave alive.
Scene enough

Charlottesville, VA

#28 Nov 22, 2011
Hey! Stop insulting Rednecks! I know several and they don't go around shooting anyone, justified or not.

Quite frankly, domestic bliss in a misnomer. Also, quite frankly, if the girl and her father are wrong, that will come out, and they will be charged. If the guy was in the wrong, that will come out too. They probably aren't charging anyone yet because everybody is pointing so many fingers in 14 different directions, that they have to sort it all out.

And, most importantly, pray for everybody!!
Scene enough

Charlottesville, VA

#29 Nov 22, 2011
Correction... IS a misnomer! Lol!
Alice

United States

#30 Nov 22, 2011
Scene enough wrote:
Hey! Stop insulting Rednecks! I know several and they don't go around shooting anyone, justified or not.
Quite frankly, domestic bliss in a misnomer. Also, quite frankly, if the girl and her father are wrong, that will come out, and they will be charged. If the guy was in the wrong, that will come out too. They probably aren't charging anyone yet because everybody is pointing so many fingers in 14 different directions, that they have to sort it all out.
And, most importantly, pray for everybody!!
Facts:
1. there was a restraint order in place.
2. there was a no-contact order in place.
3. the young man was where he shouldn't have been-on the family's property.
4. this has been an ongoing issue for months on end.
5. the father shot the young man 4 times, maybe they were all warning shots to the body; 'cause he could have dropped the young man on the first shot if he wanted to.

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