Around the Grand Rapids, Michigan, neighborhood, corner store owner
Leon Moody is wellknown for his generosity, which is why it came as
a shock that someone would try to rob him. According to Moody, the
suspect walked into the store, pointed a gun at his face, and
demanded money. When Moody asked why he would do this, the robber
threatened to "blow his head off for that money." Asking for a
moment to gather the money, Moody reached down and pulled out his
own firearm, then fired twice at the crook, hitting him once in the
arm. The robber fled in a car, but -- was apprehended less than an
hour later in the local emergency room. The unnamed suspect has been
charged with assault with intent to rob while armed, and felony
possession of a firearm.
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