An 80-year-old California liquor store owner took matters into his own hands when a would-be punk robber entered his establishment armed with an AR style rifle. The owner pulled out his shotgun and got off a shot with the thug screaming “He shot my arm off!” as he climbed into the car with his friends in an attempt to get away.
Take a look.
ABC 7 reports:
NORCO, Calif. (KABC) — Dramatic surveillance video captured the moment a Norco liquor store owner used his shotgun to shoot a would-be robber who was armed with a rifle.
Footage shows the armed suspect burst into the business and the owner immediately shoot a single blast from his firearm.
Cameras outside captured the suspect frantically screaming, “He shot my arm off! He shot my arm off!”
Multiple suspects then quickly take off in a dark-colored SUV and almost leave a person behind, the footage shows.
Authorities say the incident happened at Norco Market & Liquor in the 800 block of Sixth Street around 2:47 a.m. Sunday. Four suspects armed with long guns were involved in the attempted robbery and were wearing facial coverings, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
Four suspects were later found at a hospital, including one who was suffering from a gunshot wound consistent with a shotgun blast, authorities say. The three other suspects were found inside the suspect vehicle, which authorities say was reported stolen.
The suspects were identified as 22-year-old Inglewood resident Justin Johnson, 27-year-old Los Angeles resident Jamar Williams and 24-year-old Las Vegas resident Davon Broadus.
The wounded suspect’s name has not been released. The 23-year-old remains hospitalized in critical, but stable condition.
Several stolen firearms were allegedly found in the BMW SUV the suspects used.
Well, you play stupid games and you win stupid prizes.
Keep in mind this is California we are talking about, and listen to the ABC report and how the owner is praised by customers and employees alike.
Well done, sir, well done!
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