Posted November 28, 2018 2:38 pm by Comments

By John Falkenberg

AURORA, CO — A man was shot and killed after trying to stop a teenager trying to rob him and his wife of their Xbox in a Facebook deal gone wrong, according to the Denver Post.

The teen was to buy the Xbox, but when the couple showed up, he tried to steal it instead. The resulting gunfight saw the teen escape and one of the intended victims dead.

No game console is worth that much — and murder over $250 in goods is just pathetic.

As the Denver Post reports:

An Evergreen man shot and killed in Aurora on Halloween was attempting to sell an Xbox to a teen who contacted him online when the teen opened fire, the victim’s wife said. Jacob Clymer, 32, died on Oct. 31 after the daytime shooting in north Aurora. And his wife, Miranda Clymer, believes he saved her life that day.

The Clymers met the prospective buyer who agreed via Facebook to purchase the console and some games for $250, Miranda Clymer said. When they arrived at the location near Fitzsimmon Junction Apartments, the buyer pulled out a gun and told the couple to hand over the machine, Miranda Clymer said. Jacob then …Read the Rest

Source:: Concealed Nation

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