Waffle House Customer Stops Armed Robbery

posted on October 12, 2015

A hold-up at a Waffle House in North Charleston, S.C., was thwarted when a customer shot the would-be robber. The Post and Courier reports that the suspect was transported to a hospital but succumbed to his injuries. The armed citizen had a concealed-carry permit and is not facing any charges.

An employee at the restaurant said of the shooter, “He saved us, that’s what he did.” An officer on the scene elaborated: “It says something about firearms … for good people with firearms being in the right hands.”

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