The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, GA, 06/21/04
Sunday, August 1, 2004
A man attempting to carjack a Cadillac DeVille from a gas station
was shot and killed by the car owner. Brian Dean told DeKalb County,
Georgia, police that when he stopped at a gas station on Glenwood
Road about 3 a.m., an armed man approached and attempted to steal
his car. Dean drew his own gun and shot the would-be carjacker,
later identified as Banarrek Von Clayton, in the leg. Von Clayton
managed to drive a short distance in the Cadillac, but succumbed to
his wounds and crashed into a utility pole a few feet away.
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