Damn look at home boy face. Like yo this shit is mad fucked up. I know I’m not supposed to laugh but the laugh game is serious. This is why you needa be sure of who house you bout to rob. This dude picked the wrong residency if you ask me. NO IFS ANDS OR BUTS…If you beg to differ let’s fight about it. How his face got like this? you may ask….hmmm lets see.
So this is a suspect who broke into a house willing to hurt anybody if they made a move,well the tables were turned when a group of friends found him breaking into their apartment.
The alleged victims, speaking to WRCB, said they was not familiar with Calvin Carter III,22, before he knocked on their Chattanooga front door around midnight (11:30) and demanded to be let inside.
“It sounded like he was messing with a gun,” 19-year-old Shane Feeney told the local news station. “So I came back and I was like, ‘I don’t know if he is, but it sounds like he’s messing with a gun. I’m going to call the cops.’”
As the men waited for police to arrive, one man tried to make a run for it out a back window. Carter got wind of the attempted escape, however, and forced the man back inside at gunpoint. When Carter got inside he demanded that the two men hand over their cell-phones and that wasn’t going to fly with the two individuals. So they jumped him and disarmed him of his gun.
“He kept wrestling with me,” Tucker Williams, who helped hold Carter down, told WRCB. “I was like, ‘You have one more chance, please stop.’ He wouldn’t stop and that’s when I punched him in the eye twice.”
During the struggle, police said Feeney was shot in his leg. He was transported to a local hospital for treatment and later released.
Police, reached by HuffPost on Monday, declined to provide further details on the case, including Carter’s facial injuries, saying the incident remains under investigation. “We do not release details until the case is closed and a conviction is obtained,” the police said.
Carter was arrested on charges of first-degree attempted murder, aggravated assault, felony reckless endangerment and “especially aggravated battery.” Tennessee law defines the latter charge as felony that occurs when someone enters a building with the intent of committing a crime and that “results in any person lawfully on the premises suffering serious bodily injury.”
He’s being held on $1,750,000 bond with a court date scheduled for June 27
Damn, that’s a lotta money. (Source)