With his identity concealed by the dark ski-mask he wore, a
Little Rock, Arkansas, teen-ager forced his way into Derrick Norris'
car using a shotgun and demanded money. The carjacker then
proceeded to drive away with Norris still in the vehicle, giving the
car's owner a chance to grab a .25 cal. handgun he kept under the
seat and fatally shoot the bandit in the head. No charges were
filed against Norris.
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