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Cambridge storeowner shoots at armed robber(MD)
| 31 October, 2012
Posted on 11/01/2012 3:57:10 AM PDT by marktwain
CAMBRIDGE - Police are looking for two men, one armed, who robbed Webster's Store on Race Street early Tuesday night before fleeing when the store owner shot at the gunman.
Police were called to the store at 810 Race St. at 6:24 p.m. Tuesday for a reported armed robbery.
The store owner, Mr. Webster, said he and a female customer were standing in front of the store when two African-American men approached them and forced them back into the store. One of the suspects displayed a handgun and pointed it at Mr. Webster and the customer.
TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; News/Current Events; US: Maryland
KEYWORDS: banglist; defense; md; robber
Maryland is currently being sued for infringing on the Second Amendment.
posted on 11/01/2012 3:57:22 AM PDT
two African-American men
stardem.com has seriously screwed up. They actually stated the race of the criminals when those criminals were black. This is ruining my faith in the media.
posted on 11/01/2012 4:11:37 AM PDT
by from occupied ga
(Your government is your most dangerous enemy)
To: marktwain; Abundy; Albion Wilde; AlwaysFree; AnnaSASsyFR; bayliving; BFM; cindy-true-supporter; ...
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
posted on 11/01/2012 4:57:22 PM PDT
by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
(Obama should change his campaign slogan to "Yes, we am!" Sounds as stupid as his administration is.)
I love a happy ending.
Seriously - black guys way down on the Eastern Shore? After the hurricane? Amazing.
posted on 11/01/2012 7:03:45 PM PDT
by the OlLine Rebel
(Common sense is an uncommon virtue./Technological progress cannot be legislated.)
To: the OlLine Rebel
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