James Sellers chased two men out of his Memphis, Tenn.,
grocery when he found they didn't have money to pay for their
purchases, but the pair returned minutes later, one wielding a
pistol. When the gunman charged Sellers, the grocer drew a pistol
from under the counter and fired, wounding the man in the leg. Both
men then fled.
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