Thursday, September 03, 2009

Concealed Carry Helps Stop Robbery

All this over a bag of meat. Grocery run: Store manager clings to hood of robber's car; bystander shoots driver
• The alleged shoplifter, Loucinda M. Carroll, 41, of Independence, has been charged with second-degree robbery.

• The store's manager, who was struck by Carroll's car, landed on its hood and held on during an attempted getaway, was unharmed.

• And the bystander who shot Carroll will not be charged because he felt he and the manager were being threatened, authorities say. Carroll suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
The bystander was from Utah, and Missouri recognizes their concealed carry permits.

The gunshot wound was not considered life-threatening.

Self-defense is a human right. Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0.

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