According to police, 82-year-old L.G. Von Zehner was washing his car
when a gun-wielding thug approached him and demanded cash. Zehner
complied by handing over an empty wallet and informing the robber
that his money was at home. The man got inside Zehner's car and
demanded that they drive to Zehner's home. But rather than grant the
suspect his wish, Zehner grabbed his own firearm and shot him. The
robber returned fire, but died inside the car. Zehner was shot in
the chest and was recovering at a hospital where he was listed in
serious condition. Police later captured an accomplice whom they
said removed the robber's gun from his body and threw it onto a
nearby roof. He was charged with robbery, kidnapping and attempted
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