The Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio, 11/13/01
Friday, February 1, 2002
An Elsmere, Ky., man was shot and killed by a clerk after he
tried to rob a Covington, Ky., convenience store. The crook, Perry
Pinkelton, had brandished a handgun and demanded money from a store
clerk, reported Covington Police Capt. Charles Gurren. When another
store employee, armed with a handgun, confronted him, the robber
fired his gun three times, but missed. The armed employee returned
fire, shooting the robber several times. A neighbor later reported
that, "Two weeks ago, someone put a gun in [the owner's] face and
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