Nothing seemed out of the ordinary inside a Kentucky Fried Chicken
restaurant when a man approached the counter and placed an order.
But then he demanded of the cashier, "Give me the money before I
shoot you." Initially, Paul Sherlock joined the other customers as
they bolted for the door. But then he stopped out of concern for the
cashier. He recalled a June 2005 incident in which a carjacker shot
at him. That was also the day he decided to buy a gun and apply for
a carry permit. Police say Sherlock faced the suspect then pulled
out his 9 mm pistol. The suspect put his hands in the air and
Sherlock ordered him to lean against a window. Police apprehended
the man without incident. The accused's gun" turned out to be a
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