Posted December 8, 2017 1:48 pm by Comments

By John Falkenberg

NASHVILLE, TN — Police were actually forced to give life-saving first aid to a suspect after getting shot by a furious store owner — that’s how badly the suspect’s burglary went for him the night of November 28.

Apparently, the store owner received an alert from his store’s alarm, and he wasn’t inclined to let the burglar get away.

He was really, really not inclined to let the burglar get away.

As Fox 17 reports:

The owner told police he grabbed his revolver and drove to the store. Upon arrival, he says he noticed a mini-van parked on the shoulder of Highway 70 and the front doors to his business broken.

The owner waited outside and observed a short Hispanic man exiting with a white plastic bag in hand carrying unknown merchandise. The owner told police he pointed the revolver at the man and told him to stop. The man continued to run to the minivan where he jumped inside and told the driver, identified as Phillip Noe, to “go go go,” according to the report.

The owner stated he held on to the van and was being dragged when he fired a shot in an attempt to stop Noe. The owner …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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