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Armed good Samaritan comes to the aid of purse-snatching victim

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This is from KHOU Houston,TX 

The crime spree of a Daughter and Son of Obama is cut short thanks to an armed citizen.

There will be little press coverage as it shows gun owners in a good light. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzekv74f-cI

 

 

HOUSTON — A mother out with her two children to go shopping became the victim of would-be purse snatchers, but a good Samaritan armed with a gun came to the rescue.

“It happened so fast,” said Brenda Vasquez, who manages the Family Dollar store in the 3400 block of Orlando Avenue in northeast Houston.

She witnessed the assault.

“This lady opens her car door, grabs the woman’s purse and they reverse. While they’re trying to reverse, the lady is holding on to her purse still, chasing them all the way to the middle.”

That’s when a perfect stranger intervened. He happened to be in his car in the parking lot when it happened.

“And that good Samaritan came out, drew his weapon and scared them. And that’s when he pulled them out of the car.”

Someone snapped a picture of the man holding the two suspects at bay. A few minutes later, police arrived and took the male and female suspects into custody.

The man who first confronted them purchased some candy for his kids and drove away.

“The guy is something else,” said Vasquez. “He’s a hero.”

Police were not releasing the names of either the good Samaritan or the victim.

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Injured robber’s family says armed citizen should have ‘just left the store’

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This is from Guns.com.

This son of Obama was on his way to choir  practice.

When he got to the Family Dollar Store he saw the

store clerk on his knees.

So Adric White put on a masked and went into the

Family Dollar Store to pray with the clerk.

Then out of no where a man appears and starts

shooting at Adric White

Does my story sound like Bravo Sierra?

The story the family Adric White’s family is telling 

even more Bravo Sierra.

 

The family of a suspect who was shot by an armed customer while attempting to rob a Family Dollar store in Mobile, Alabama earlier this month told Fox 10 that the Good Samaritan should not have gotten involved and “just left the store.”

It was Tuesday, Nov. 12, when the armed citizen, whose identity has not been revealed, noticed 18-year-old Adric White wearing a mask and pointing a gun at employees towards the front of the store.

“He had the gun to his head. He had him on his knees,” the man said. “I drew my gun on him and I said ‘Hey, don’t move.’ At that point he swung around and before he had a chance to aim the gun at me, I fired.”

The man added, “It was just instinct. It happened so quickly. I didn’t want to shoot him, but when I saw him swing around so fast I didn’t want to get shot either.”

White was shot five times and transported to a local hospital where he is recovering and remains in police custody.

Authorities also arrested White’s accomplice, 19-year-old Tavoris Moss.

White was arrested in September for the armed robbery of The Original Oyster House, and was out on bond when he attempted to rob the Family Dollar store. Now the Baldwin County District Attorney’s Office has filed to have the original bond revoked. The DA wants White to remain in jail once he is released from the hospital and to prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law.

Authorities maintain that the Good Samaritan was justified in shooting White and that he broke no laws when he did so. But White’s family disagrees.

“If his (the Good Samaritan) life was not in danger, if no one had a gun up to him, if no one pointed a gun at him — what gives him the right to think that it’s okay to just shoot someone?” one relative told the Fox affiliate during a phone interview. “You should have just left the store and went wherever you had to go in your car or whatever.”

But the relative even admitted that she wasn’t aware of all of the facts surrounding both robberies.

When reporters asked her opinion on the teen’s involvement in robbing two stores in less than two months, she responded by saying, “We don’t know. Like I said, we don’t know anything. We only know what we’ve been hearing second hand through the news. I would not like to comment because I don’t know.”

Local media interviewed White’s parents, but they later called the station and demanded that the video not be aired.

White’s family also told reporters that he was hanging with the wrong crowd, needed help and didn’t deserve to get shot.

 

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