MEMBER AND County commissioner Greg "Lumpy" Lambert is known for his
pro-gun stance, but that was apparently news to an alleged robber.
Police say the suspect approached Lambert, who was wearing his
"Friends of NRA" cap, and feigned interest in a car at Lambert's car
dealership. Lambert went inside to retrieve the sales paperwork.
When he returned, the man pulled a handgun from his jacket. Lambert
countered by producing his .38o pistoL "I told him to drop his
firearm, and he said he didn't want any trouble," said Lambert. The
robber laid down his gun and fled, but left behind his driver's
license which police used to locate and charge him. Chillingly,
police linked the suspect to a murder committed to hours before
Lambert disarmed him.
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