Then tell the kid "you're 19, so you got 30 days to get out of the house and on your own" - ending the parent - child relationship with the child in the role of a dependent minor child permanently. He's 19. Time to get out of the house and stop acting like a spoiled teenager reliant on his parents.
In an police event you don't know who is armed. Ever. If I had a nickel for every time the police arrested someone and I was told a patient was unarmed and then to my shock found a patient was armed at the hospital...I'd have some dough. So your assumption falls right flat on it's face.
However YOUR opinion, however laughable it is, assuming you are an adult, is noted.
Just MAYBE, MAYBE you should chill and look at the big picture instead of running your mouth lol
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In this case, I think the father was justified in calling the police. His kid stole his truck, and was obviously in a bad state mentally. On face value, a police officer firing 6 shots into a truck because the driver won't cut the engine sounds ridiculous. Although, there isn't enough info on what went down in the moments leading up to the shooting for anyone to say whether or not it was justified in my opinion.
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