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3 shot during attempted robbery in Lockland (Ohio)

All three attempted robbers were shot with a .40 caliber glock at the 109 North Wayne in Lockland. One of the juveniles was shot in the face, one in the right shoulder, and the adult was hit in the lower left leg. The suspects then fled the scene on foot in different directions, but were later caught a short distance away by Lockland police.

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Posted By: Jason
12/10/12 12:16 PM

Okay, I was wrong. I thought the armed robber who ran into two armed clerks was my favorite story recently but this one is even better. So three people, an adult and two juveniles, tried to rob a concealed carrier (unbeknownst to them at the time). He handed over his money and his wallet. He then drew his gun and shot all three of them. They got sheepdogged.
Posted By: barstoolguru
12/10/12 02:09 PM

that guy had some skills and I bet some good training
Posted By: Michael
12/10/12 02:16 PM

props to a kid who can get shot in the face with a 40 and flee the scene on foot.
Posted By: barstoolguru
12/10/12 02:55 PM

Michael said "props to a kid who can get shot in the face with a 40 and flee the scene on foot."

That adrenaline dump is a rush, there is a video on you tube of a guy getting shot in a store he jumps over the counter and runs outside and drops dead on the street. We are taught to shoot until all movement has stopped because of it. the fighting don’t stop at the first hot
Posted By: Michael
12/10/12 08:29 PM

I agree completely...BUT...even zombies go down with head-shots. That kid might be the next unbreakable.
Posted By: Jason
12/11/12 03:22 AM

At the very least, it's one person I worry about if and when the zombie apocalypse does come.

Just so i'm clear, if head shots don't work what do we go to? Flamethrowers?

I could use a flamethrower. Does that take an NFA tax stamp?