Again, A Robbery Suspect Is Stopped By An Armed Citizen

posted on June 11, 2016

No longer a surprise: A man with a concealed handgun stops an intended robbery once again. And the legally armed citizen is safe. 

A licensed carrier in Beaumont, Texas, shot one of two men trying to rob him at gunpoint last Thursday night. Police arrived to find the suspect lying in the parking lot wounded by the gunshot. The victim told police he was attacked by two men, one armed and with a bandana covering his face. The victim fired several rounds, injuring the suspect while the second assailant ran away. 

The attacker who had been shot was later identified as Adrian Glenn, 26, from the Beaumont area. The local police were quickly granted a warrant for his arrest on the charge of aggravated robbery. Now the detectives are working on identifying the other robbery suspect.

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