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GA: Bread delivery man shoots restaurant robber.

Scoop

.30-06
Bread man delivers heroics to foil armed robbery at Georgia fast-food restaurant
Posted: 5:31 PM, Dec 01, 2019
Updated: 5:31 PM, Dec 01, 2019
By: Bill Hutchinson, ABC News

He was supposed to be making an early morning bread delivery, but truck driver Joseph Chilton delivered some heroics instead when he stumbled upon an armed robbery in progress at a Georgia fast-food restaurant, authorities said.

Trouble was already underway when Chilton arrived at a Hardee's restaurant in the Atlanta suburb of Ellenwood about 6:30 a.m. on Saturday and spotted terrified employees running out a back door, according to the Clayton County Sheriff's Office.

When Chilton realized a pistol-wielding man was allegedly holding up the business, he ran back to his truck and grabbed his gun, authorities said.

The suspect, identified as Damario Kentrell Parrish, "had jumped across the counter and pointed a weapon at a female employee demanding cash," according to a statement from the sheriff's office.

As the robber attempted to make a getaway, Chilton confronted him and a gunfight erupted, leaving the alleged crook wounded and limping off into a wooded residential area, where sheriff's deputies cornered him in a house, according to the sheriff's department.

"The bread man put his gun up. The robber put his gun up and the bread man shot him four times. "His [the suspect's] car was here, but he was able to stumble off into the woods," Keysa Roberts, the manager of the Hardee's, told ABC affiliate station WSB-TV in Atlanta.

He was supposed to be making an early morning bread delivery, but truck driver Joseph Chilton delivered some heroics instead when he stumbled upon an armed robbery in progress at a Georgia fast-food restaurant, authorities said.

Trouble was already underway when Chilton arrived at a Hardee's restaurant in the Atlanta suburb of Ellenwood about 6:30 a.m. on Saturday and spotted terrified employees running out a back door, according to the Clayton County Sheriff's Office.

When Chilton realized a pistol-wielding man was allegedly holding up the business, he ran back to his truck and grabbed his gun, authorities said.

The suspect, identified as Damario Kentrell Parrish, "had jumped across the counter and pointed a weapon at a female employee demanding cash," according to a statement from the sheriff's office.

As the robber attempted to make a getaway, Chilton confronted him and a gunfight erupted, leaving the alleged crook wounded and limping off into a wooded residential area, where sheriff's deputies cornered him in a house, according to the sheriff's department.

"The bread man put his gun up. The robber put his gun up and the bread man shot him four times. "His [the suspect's] car was here, but he was able to stumble off into the woods," Keysa Roberts, the manager of the Hardee's, told ABC affiliate station WSB-TV in Atlanta
 

fellmann

Esoteric
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Everybody seem to be packin these days.. First the pizza man, then the FedEx guy, and now the bread man ! Oh mama ! yall take cover, postman doesnt look happy and he might have a 44 magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world !
 

Djcala

.30-06
Supporter
Everybody seem to be packin these days.. First the pizza man, then the FedEx guy, and now the bread man ! Oh mama ! yall take cover, postman doesnt look happy and he might have a 44 magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world !

Even Janie has one !!! :ripper:
 
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