Oleg Volk photo.

A Jacksonville, Florida woman didn’t just rely on a temporary restraining order to keep her ex-boyfriend from coming around her residence. No, when her ex- violated the order of protection and broke in through a window just after midnight, the 25-year-old woman had both Smith and Wesson in her corner.

One thing led to another and the 24-year-old violence-prone man lay dead.  Yep.  He broke in but he didn’t break back out.  Just like the old Roach Motel commercials.

The woman took defended herself and her kids, then called 9-1-1.  Responding authorities found the intruder in the master bedroom chock full of holes and leaking profusely.

Image via News4Jax

Meanwhile, the woman and her children escaped the violent and tumultuous home intrusion without injury.

WJXT has the story

A woman shot and killed a man who broke into her Ortega Farms home on the Westside, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said.

News4Jax has learned the woman had a temporary restraining order against him.

According to a petition for an injunction for protection against domestic violence, the 25-year-old woman and the 24-year-old man had two children together, but broke up in March. Since then, she said, he had threatened to kill her. There was a hearing on the injunction scheduled for Wednesday morning.

Just after midnight Wednesday, police said they received multiple 911 calls about gunfire on Catoma Street near Timuquana Road, including one from the woman who said she shot an intruder. She told arriving officers that the man was still inside her apartment.

Homicide detectives said officers found an unidentified man lying on the floor by the master bedroom with multiple gunshot wounds. Fire Rescue personnel said the man was dead.

Neighbors who live right across from the apartment where this happened also told News4Jax that the woman who lives in the apartment knew the intruder and said he was the father of her two children.

Lots of lessons here, not the least of which is that the only thing that stops a bad person with evil in their heart is a good guy (or in this case, gal) with a gun. The police can’t protect the individual. And restraining orders?

For the determined individual who doesn’t care about playing by the rules, a restraining order offers paper-thin protection. At best.

But when all else fails, Sam Colt makes men and women equals. Imagine if this woman listened to some radical Democrats who want to promote a gun-free society.

One thought on “Woman’s gun stops violent ex- when Restraining Order fails”
  1. Officer: How come you shot him nine times?
    Lady protecting herself: I ran out of ammo.

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