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The Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ

Monday, March 1, 1982

A pair of thugs started beating Woodrow Wilson Glanton of Newark, N.J.; they took his wallet, his money and his car keys. But the 69-year-old Glanton drew a .25 automatic and opened fire, hitting one of the criminals in the chest, killing him. The other robber was wounded by an irate relative of the dead man when he reported the crime and killing.

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