CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that occurred overnight after a man looked at his Ring camera.

The incident happened around 12 a.m. when a homeowner on Michaela Circle went outside to investigate some suspicious activity he noticed on his Ring camera.

Authorities said the homeowner was transported to a local area hospital, and the search is on going for the possible suspects.

Clarksville man shot after looking at Ring camera (

Short of having a family member in danger or you see somebody about to toss a Molotov cocktail at your abode, you have no reason to go outside if your gut tells you something is afoot after getting warning via your frigging door camera!

Stay inside, stay safe. Be ready to repel boarders.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Never Get Out of the Boat.”
  1. Re Molotov cocktail: in NH deadly force is authorized against arson (no matter whether there are people in the premises or not). Is that true in TN?

    1. It is in Texas. As a matter of fact, if you catch some POS looting your neighbors dwelling, you can take that trash out, also.

  2. He may not have realized what was afoot initially. Most people’s reaction to seeing ‘something odd’ is to take a closer look.

    The story doesn’t specify what, if anything, he saw.

  3. I’ll assume his camera covered the front of the structure; prudence would suggest steathily using an exit on the other side of the building, approaching surreptitiously and with great caution to observe and discern, and fully equipped with the proper tools for problem resolution

    Not everything one sees on video, regardless of the source or provenance, dicates immediate direct engagement; frequently mere observation is what’s warranted, and additional resources may be summoned from a position of secure observation.

  4. There are no stock answers for every occasion. If there is a “problem”, I have no hesitation for calling the “pros”. if I am out for “nothing” reasons, like taking out the trash, I tend to go “heavy”. The possum, alley cat and I are old friends., but you never know what “that” noise was about. Whatever it might be, be prepared, notify family members of what you are doing, have backup or over watch by individuals who know how to respond.

  5. Knowing your neighbors can help. Turn on your lights, ask them to do the same, and to tell you what they see from inside too.

    It will probably scare away the bad guy(s), and that is your goal.

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