A convicted bandit's latest crime spree was brought to a
halt by an armed store clerk in a Muncie, Ind., convenience store. A
clerk at Zipp's Deli told investigators a man [later identified as
Willie Brown] came into the store, told the clerk he had a gun in
his jacket and demanded money from the cash register. Brown
allegedly got away with some cash, but not before the clerk fired
his own gun at the robber, hitting him at least once. Police found
the wounded man a few minutes later in a nearby home. Money
allegedly taken from the deli was recovered, as well, according to
authorities. Brown has two previous convictions for robbery and
burglary and was released from prison last May, according to state
Department of Correction records.
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