Boy, 15, killed in San Bernardino Westside shooting

A 15-year-old San Bernardino boy died and another teen was wounded in a shooting Sunday afternoon on the city's Westside. Full Story
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Bobby Boucher

Apple Valley, CA

#1 Nov 1, 2010
This sentence makes my head hurt

Police said several of the bullets struck a classroom at nearby Rio Vista Elementary School, but school there were no students or staff on campus at the time.

Read more: http://www.dailybulletin.com/news/ci_16487212...
Proofread

San Bernardino, CA

#2 Nov 1, 2010
WHO in the world does the proof reading on the stories that are published.??.So sad that a child has been killed..again...when is this going to stop?
Joe Blow

Ontario, CA

#3 Nov 1, 2010
"Words were exchanged, and then shots were fired. One guy was hit and killed at the scene. Another guy was wounded but was able to run off," said San Bernardino police Lt. Jarrod Burguan.

One guy?
Another guy?
keeping it real

Fontana, CA

#4 Nov 1, 2010
Drive bys? And then you want sympathy when your in court? Wow these guys didnt deserve this no one does they have families and im sure you do too. When you get caught i hope the next time you see daylight you use your fist when you want to fight instead of a gun at least it will be a fair fight. Im sure if you had a job and any sense you would'nt do stupid stuff like this you have too much time on your hands. Good luck once you are busted cause God don't like ugly! believe that! Praying for the family that these cowards hurt God Bless You all!
SBsucks

Anaheim, CA

#5 Nov 1, 2010
If San Bernashithole got nuked today would anyone give a crap? Speaking of crap, please vote against Joe Baca and Gil Navarro.
Good Grief

San Bernardino, CA

#6 Nov 1, 2010
Proofread wrote:
WHO in the world does the proof reading on the stories that are published.??.So sad that a child has been killed..again...when is this going to stop?
This is going to stop when law enforcement puts its energy into making gangs a thing of the past. They can't do it without the courts. The courts can't do it without legislation with teeth. So here's the problem. The overwhelming majority of street gangs and their members are black or Hispanic. The Democrats certainly aren't going to offend either of these two groups by tackling the problem. So long as the Democrats are in control you can expect the problem to continue or worsen. If you think this is racist you are in denial.
1km Sniper

Montgomery, AL

#7 Nov 1, 2010
Time to sit on a grassy knoll and popping off rounds to clear the place out.
Educator

San Bernardino, CA

#8 Nov 1, 2010
There has to be more to this story than what was "reported" here. Who ran off? What did he know? What "words" were exchanged? Why did this happen?
Just my opinion

Raleigh, NC

#9 Nov 1, 2010
"This is going to stop when law enforcement puts its energy into making gangs a thing of the past. They can't do it without the courts. The courts can't do it without legislation with teeth. So here's the problem. The overwhelming majority of street gangs and their members are black or Hispanic. The Democrats certainly aren't going to offend either of these two groups by tackling the problem. So long as the Democrats are in control you can expect the problem to continue or worsen. If you think this is racist you are in denial."

Amen to that!
Yep

Albany, OR

#10 Nov 1, 2010
Educator wrote:
There has to be more to this story than what was "reported" here. Who ran off? What did he know? What "words" were exchanged? Why did this happen?
Of course there is more to the story. But all of the facts don't usually come out instantly. The only ones who know for sure (the rest of the story) are the shooters and the two victims. And we know from experience that suspects and victims don't always give up all the facts right away, if ever. Especially if the victims weren't totally innocent.
Yep

Albany, OR

#11 Nov 1, 2010
Joe Blow wrote:
"Words were exchanged, and then shots were fired. One guy was hit and killed at the scene. Another guy was wounded but was able to run off," said San Bernardino police Lt. Jarrod Burguan.
One guy?
Another guy?
Yeah, that's the way people talk. Instead of reading it only as printed words, imagine in your mind the way it sounded as Lt. Jarrod Burguan said it outloud. Then it sounds natural and normal. The article is just printing his words exactly as he said them without mis-quoting him. Maybe you would have preferred for them to use the word "victim" instead of "guy", but that's what the officer said, so that's what they printed. No big deal, really.
Yep

Albany, OR

#12 Nov 1, 2010
Bobby Boucher wrote:
This sentence makes my head hurt
Police said several of the bullets struck a classroom at nearby Rio Vista Elementary School, but school there were no students or staff on campus at the time.
Read more: http://www.dailybulletin.com/news/ci_16487212...
What you typed isn't what I read.
Tatiana Monique

Highland, CA

#13 Nov 1, 2010
smhh rest in peace deon mann ii miss youu already , iim soo speechless it kills meeh too knoe your qonee youu was likee a brother too meeh ii knew you for 3 years now smhh
horrible

San Bernardino, CA

#14 Nov 1, 2010
Educator wrote:
There has to be more to this story than what was "reported" here. Who ran off? What did he know? What "words" were exchanged? Why did this happen?
I agree why are they giving the public only half the story. So they say it was near an elementary school how do they knnow kids are not endanger. This was on halloween think of the kids that were out tonite. WHat has San Bernardino come to.? I think the police shouldn't wait till they get a call someone has been killed in this area. STop it before someone else is killed brutally.
my2cents

North Hollywood, CA

#15 Nov 1, 2010
Time for another all-out crackdown on gangs in west s.b. -- maybe the community residents will join in with the cops and rid the city of these lowlifers.
Chris

Universal City, CA

#16 Nov 1, 2010
Whos the dag gum editor a 7 year old?
Berdoo sucks

United States

#17 Nov 1, 2010
All the talk about cracking-down on gangs is just that....talk. The police can only do so much without the public's help. Unfortunately, the "public" consists of other gang members, their families, and others who refuse to provide information to the police. So until that changes, gangs are here to stay.
yuran8r

Redlands, CA

#18 Nov 1, 2010
Deez boyz wuzz down en da projex?
Eye thank dat izz won badd areeaa juzz souf ubb Jimmeez food stwhore ware dat dude gawt taken owt lass yeer or so.
money c

Sacramento, CA

#20 Nov 1, 2010
that was my friend rest in peace you will be missed
What What

San Bernardino, CA

#21 Nov 1, 2010
SBsucks wrote:
If San Bernashithole got nuked today would anyone give a crap?
I would!!

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