New Details Emerge in Domino's Shooting

Full story: WBKO-TV Bowling Green

Shobe sat silent and without expression as a detective took the stand revealing what happened in the early morning hours last Monday when the Domino's on Stonehenge Avenue in Bowling Green was robbed, and Johnson was murdered.

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Infotrader

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Sep 3, 2013
 
In the back of the head, what a bit(h.
JustPlainBubba

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Sep 3, 2013
 
Does KY have the death penalty??? This piece of black garbage needs it!!!
chris

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Sep 4, 2013
 
Yes we have the death penalty did you even read the article hishisom thinks he could never kill someone I say let's put her away with him for raising the piece of crap and looking away every time he got into trouble so he would grow up and think robbery and murder are OK
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Sep 5, 2013
 
chris wrote:
Yes we have the death penalty did you even read the article hishisom thinks he could never kill someone I say let's put her away with him for raising the piece of crap and looking away every time he got into trouble so he would grow up and think robbery and murder are OK
Chris that is just so wrong in every way. There are some parents who bring up their children teaching them right from wrong and can be very good parents. When a young man/woman choose to do terrible things when they are not in the care of a parent, you cannot blame a parent for there bad decisions. I know a family going through some rough times right now and their daughter was raised in a good loving home with a christian foundation,yet she chooses to do wrong. Most parents love their child unconditionally, they too ( parents) go thru hell when the loving child they raised finds friends from the wrong side of town and begins to destory their lives, it pains the parents to watch yet what can you do? The child is and adult....
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Sep 5, 2013
 
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Chris that is just so wrong in every way. There are some parents who bring up their children teaching them right from wrong and can be very good parents. When a young man/woman choose to do terrible things when they are not in the care of a parent, you cannot blame a parent for there bad decisions. I know a family going through some rough times right now and their daughter was raised in a good loving home with a christian foundation,yet she chooses to do wrong. Most parents love their child unconditionally, they too ( parents) go thru hell when the loving child they raised finds friends from the wrong side of town and begins to destory their lives, it pains the parents to watch yet what can you do? The child is and adult....
Go to the Warren County Jail website and search for inmates. You will see that the ENTIRE Schobe family have been regulars there, to say the least. While I don't agree with the infantile comments of the poster, in this case you do have to blame the family for their constant involvement with the police and the justice system. Schobe is at least a third generation violator in Warren County; he's a "third" and junior and senior were/are regulars in our prison system. They're all thugs, thieves, druggies, and general losers!!!

In his case, yea, his momma should be held accountable in some form or fashion; they're generation after generation, well, worthless garbage!!!

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