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Police in South Carolina say a 12-year-old trick-or-treater was killed when a convicted felon fearing a robbery fired nearly 30 rounds with an assault rifle from inside a house. Sumter Police Chief Patty Patterson says T.J. Darrisaw died Friday evening after being shot multiple times. His father and 9-year-old brother were also shot, but were treated and released.

Quentin Patrick has been charged with murder and assault and battery with intent to kill. Police say the 22-year-old ex-convict told them he'd been robbed and shot in the past.

Police say T.J.'s family attended a Halloween celebration in downtown Sumter, 45 miles east of Columbia, then stopped at Patrick's house because the porch light was on. Two other siblings were with them but weren't hurt.

Associated Press

Why is a convicted felon in possession of an assault rifle...loaded on Halloween...gaw this is just sad.

I'm not trying to make a move to take away your guns. Just something to think about.

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Dude thats messed up. I am not current with my guns laws but I highly doubt convicted felons can legally own guns. And I thought assault rifles were ban.

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there is and has always been a black market of these types of guns you just cant buy them OTC, and if he is a felon he prolly stole the gun so the cops would not know he had one duh sorry for the rant but just think a lil before ya peep

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There is absolutely no doubt that dude had a few screws loose!! Gun control laws would have no affect on someone who is already illegally in possession of a gun.

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There is absolutely no doubt that dude had a few screws loose!! Gun control laws would have no affect on someone who is already illegally in possession of a gun.

Agreed. Tragedy for sure that a child was killed. To me this is not a cry to take way guys, these people will always get their hands on them.

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and if he is a felon he prolly stole the gun so the cops would not know he had one duh sorry for the rant but just think a lil before ya peep
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Does anyone know how many (mentality challenged) offenders are in our prisons? (felons)That are released on parole and expected to abide by rules,sometimes one rule is medication,Who and how regulates these people? Sex offenders are supposedly highly regulated,How many times have you read a sex offender cant be found they didn't register!

What can be done without the civil liberties people commin down on on these peoples rights? Either way the offender will be released either parole or completion of sentence.

What should be done and how can you regulate these incompetent people?

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Im willing to pay extra on my electric bill to offset some electrocutions.

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Im willing to pay extra on my electric bill to offset some electrocutions.

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Or, keep them locked up. If they want to release them, they should first go to any parole board members family who has young kids. They may think twice then as it could hit home.

I also would help pay the electric bill for the chair. Or a few bucks for an injection.

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