They would go in, shoot the owner, grab some guns and cash, and get
out. That was the plan that went awry when four men attempted to rob
a Muncie, Indiana, pawnshop. Instead, when they entered the store
and attempted to shoot the owner, he drew his own gun and fired,
hitting Dustin Fredericksen in the stomach. More shots were fired
before the four men ran out of the store, leaving pawnshop owner
Adam Kennedy unharmed. The men drove around for 90 minutes before
leaving Fredericksen with another friend who finally took him to an
emergency room. Fredericksen, along with Kevin Banach and Justin
Corsey, were taken into custody and charged initially with attempted
armed robbery. At press time, the fourth accomplice was still sought
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