This confrontation reportedly caused by a father wanting his kid turned out deadly, and as far as I'm concerned it shouldn't have happened.

Here's what the news is saying happened.

Chad Read showed up unarmed and non-confrontational to pick up his son for court-ordered visitation.

After finding out the child was not available at the time like he was supposed to be, Read argued with the child’s mom, his ex-wife Christina.

Her boyfriend, William Carruth, intervened and requested that Read leave the property.

After a few words and then a scuffle, Carruth shot Read twice, killing him, as you’ll see on this video:

**Graphic video** of Lubbock Texas shooting.

The husband of a judge in Lubbock, Kyle Carruth, killed a man named Chad Read in front of Chad’s 11 year old son.

— Michelle ❦ (@MichelleWhitzel) November 27, 2021


Here's another angle:


My question is, who is in the wrong?

I was once in that situation years ago where my daughter's mother wouldn’t let me get my child for judge-ordered visitation.

Well, what I did was go to the nearest police station, showed them the court order, then a cop followed me back to her house and I was able to get my child. I did not want to get the cops involved in a situation like that, but in order to dodge confrontation with her or anyone else, I had to do what I had to do.

I would’ve suggested that Read do that without any confrontation, but I understand his anger and him simply wanting to pick up his son.

A few takeaways I have from this:

-A court order signed by a judge for child visitation needs to be followed.

-If I ask you to leave my property and I have a gun, I’m probably going to use it.

We all saw the video. What do you think?


Top 15 Under the Radar Cities in Texas

Texas is booming, and as more people move here, they'll be looking at areas like Austin or Houston to settle down. There are plenty of others places they ought to consider, though.

Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, along with data about home sales and public school ratings, Orchard recently ranked and graded the Top 15 Under the Radar Cities in Texas.

These are unexpectedly good places to make a life for yourself and your family in the Lone Star State. Did your hometown make the list?


Steve Harvey Put Smiles On These Killeen Faces For Thanksgiving

Every year since the Steve Harvey Morning Show has been on MYKISS 1031, he and his show have teamed up with Walmart to donate turkeys to listeners here in the Killeen area.

In the past, we've donated turkeys on behalf of Steve and the crew to Operation Phantom Support, Communities in Schools, and The Bell County Child Welfare Board.

This year we did it differently and gave the entire public a chance to enter to win a FREE Thanksgiving Turkey courtesy of The Steve Harvey Morning Show and Walmart.

And boy did you take advantage of the opportunity!

We would like to thank you for entering and we hope your Thanksgiving was a great one!

Here are a bunch of smiling faces that were blessed with juicy birds for the holiday, compliments of the Steve Harvey Morning Show, Walmart, and MYKISS1031!

Do you see anyone you know?

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