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N.C. Man Calls 911 After Being Shot Robbing Store

November 30, 2011  | 

A 911 operator got an unusual call Tuesday night in Cabarrus County, N.C.- from a man who said he'd been shot by a clerk while trying to rob a store.

Kannapolis police say they will charge John Arthur Davidson III with two counts of robbery and assault, once he is released from Carolinas Medical Center/Northeast. He is hospitalized with wounds in his lower right leg and his upper right torso, and police say Davidson was wounded by a clerk at Bethpage Grocery while he was attempting to rob the store.

Read Full Story at CharlotteObserver.com


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Fed Cop @ 12/7/2011 6:57 AM

Good thing that didn't happen in California. The clerk would have been arrested for attempted murder, and the POS hailed as a poor victim of some out of control right wing NRA member.

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