Two armed robbers entered the Play N Trade video game store in Fresno, Calif. and forced the customers inside to the ground. In response, the store owner retrieved a gun and fired at the criminals, striking one and causing both to flee. A short time later, the robber shot by the store owner was found dead in a nearby neighborhood. Police do not plan to charge the store owner, with Fresno Police Lt. Mark Salazar stating, “Everything so far… indicates they were within their rights.”
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