Candy Store Owner’s Armed Son Shoots Armed Robber Dead in Michigan

February 13 2013
by Dan Cannon
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A 54 year old owner of a candy store in Detroit, MI has been robbed several times in recent months.

This time, the son of the owner, who was working in the store was ready.

The son drew his concealed gun and shot the would be robber.

The suspect was hit and died of his wounds at an area hospital.

The shop owner’s son was taken into custody for questioning by Detoit PD and it is unknown if he has been released yet.

Police do not expect any charges against the owner’s son.

Dan Cannon

Dan Cannon

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