A would-be robber brandishing a piece of broken glass
demanded all the money in the cash register of a Rock Hill, S.C.,
convenience store. Clerk Regina Moore countered with a drawn
revolver and forced the man to lie facedown on the pavement outside
while she sent her son to get the police.
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