Posted February 25, 2017 11:30 am by Comments

By Pamela Jablonski


Hani “Sonny” Salha was working his shift at the In & Out Mini Mart in Yakima, WA, Sunday night at approximately 9:00 PM when two armed men entered the store.

The store employee noticed the men on his surveillance camera and watched as they put bandannas over their faces in the store parking lot and prepared for the worst case scenario, grabbing his .40-cal Smith & Wesson.

Since Salha wasn’t interested in becoming a victim of armed robbery, when the masked robbers entered the store and demanded money at gunpoint, Salha took aim and shot twice, causing both suspects to flee the scene.

Salha immediately called the police, and neighbors also came to the store to check on Salha and to offer assistance.

Because the men fled, it was unknown if they were shot. Police spokesman Mike Bastinelli described the men as being “18 to 24 years old, and anywhere from 5 feet 3 inches to 5 foot 8 inches tall, wearing beanies and bandannas.”

Since 2003, citizens of Washington State do not have a duty to retreat, as long as they are somewhere they have a right to be.

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Source:: Bearing Arms

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