Two suspects drove away after retrieving the wallet of one of the victims, but the third suspect’s plan to make off with a Chrysler 300 was cut short.
The suspect, whose face was covered with a mask, walked in with a gun and demanded cash. The clerk told him he was retrieving money, but instead grabbed a gun.
Andrew Mason said his parents had previously practiced the scenario with him, so he was prepared and knew exactly what to do.
Some are slamming the decision by Gov. Mike Pence (R) to allow free NRA firearms instructors to train state guard members in civilian concealed carry courses.
Tampa police released surveillance video yesterday of man who they say instigated a fight at a South Tampa station before drawing a gun on the victim.
The suspects were much luckier than they realized, as the clerk not only had a sword behind the counter, but a gun as well.
The homeowner knew something was awry when he drove up and saw the lights on and soon thereafter came face to face with two intruders.
Charles described the man outside as having a “crazy” or “ranting” voice, and said he felt his family was being “hunted” from outside their home.
Police later confirmed that the suspect, who punched the homeowner, was in possession of several items indicating he was there to commit a robbery.
Yarnell’s lawyer maintains he acted in self-defense, but the prosecuting attorney says he went beyond the parameters of self defense when he chased the man.