When two armed men entered the Beyond Wireless phone store on East
38th Street in Indianapolis in an apparent robbery attempt, store
manager Earl L. Dixon Jr. pulled out a gun. He then fired at one of
the armed suspects, fatally wounding him. Dixon said when the two
men entered and drew guns, "I thought I was going to die," so he
dropped down and retrieved a gun he kept at the business and fired
two or three times at the men. Indianapolis Police Detective Bob
Flack investigated the shooting and said Dixon's actions were
justified. "Weapons were pointed at him and he defended himself,"
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