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Vigilante “Batman” in California Claims They Caught a Double-Homicide Suspect. Vigilante Who Calls Himself The ‘Stockton Batman’ Claims To Have Captured Double-Murder Subject

Vigilante “Batman” in California Claims They Caught a Double-Homicide Suspect

A vigilante calling himself both “Bruce Wayne” and the “Stockton Batman” claims that he’s captured a double murder suspect in Lodi, California.

According to a report by 209 Times (via Brobible), the vigilante allegedly “recognized a transient he was familiar with and approached him. After noticing he was covered in blood and had slice wounds to his hand and leg, he detained him and immediately called Lodi police.”

While CBS Sacramento initially reported that the police had not confirmed the Stockton Batman’s claims, which were shared on social media including a YouTube video of the suspect being arrested, a later report confirmed that an arrest had been made in a double murder case with that arrest “made in part to the man who calls himself Stockton’s Batman.”

This is apparently not the first time that the vigilante has taken crime the area’s crime into his own hands. He’s claimed to have caught hundreds of alleged criminals and doesn’t use his real name or his face, but back in 2018, he did speak with CBS Sacramento. At the time, he had detained main he claimed had been smoking crystal meth outside of a 99 Cents Only store and indicated that the city hadn’t always been in this condition.

“I grew up in Stockton and things weren’t always this bad when I was a child,” the vigilante said at the time. He also told the news outlet that “I am the real Batman.”

And it seems that the Stockton Batman’s crusade is appreciated by the citizens of Stockton. City residents said they appreciate his efforts.

“He’s doing a pretty good service for us,” one witness said. “He’s, you know, getting ’em where the police aren’t.”

Regarding the double homicide, according to the outlet, 29-year-old Randall Allenbaugh is now facing murder charges in connection to the stabbing deaths of 17-year-old Skyler McConnell and 16-year-old Chimera Skaggs who were found stabbed to death last week.

Allenbaugh was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail.

 

Vigilante Who Calls Himself The ‘Stockton Batman’ Claims To Have Captured Double-Murder Subject

A California-based vigilante who calls himself the ‘Stockton Batman’ claims he has caught a double-murder suspect.

The man alleges he has caught hundreds of criminals over the years.

He refers to himself as ‘Bruce Wayne’, which is obviously based off the superhero’s civilian name.

The Stockton Batman was allegedly in the Californian town of Lodi when he recognised a local man who was covered in blood and had slice wounds to his hand and leg.

The Stockton Batman shared a video on YouTube showing the double-murder suspect being arrested.

Other news outlets have been unable to confirm if the arrest was made as a result of the Stockton Batman’s involvement.

In 2018, the Stockton Batman spoke with CBS Sacramento after he detained a man he claimed was smoking crystal meth.

“I grew up in Stockton and things weren’t always this bad when I was a child,” he said. “I am the real Batman.”

The news station reports the vigilante is a local business owner and father of two. His wife usually captures the footage before they share it on his social media pages.

Multiple residents of Stockton said they appreciated the work he’s doing.

One witness said: “He’s doing a pretty good service for us. He’s, you know, getting ’em where the police aren’t.”

what ia Vigilantism ?

Vigilantism is the act of enforcement, investigation or punishment of perceived offenses without legal authority.

 

Vigilantism is not self-defense !

There’s an old saying, “All dressed up and no place to go.” Well, that is what’s behind the rash of vigilantism we see on trial now. For years, the NRA has fueled gun sales, by selling the idea that we must defend ourselves. But, when that defensive need for a gun never arises, the rationale to use that gun morphs into offensive use of the gun.

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