Graphic Video 80-year-old California store owner blows armed robber with shotgun

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In a dramatic event that was caught on security footage in Norco. California early on Sunday, a would-be robber was shot by a store owner and left seriously injured. The store owner is an 80-year-old man and had suffered a heart attack over the incident but is recovering and doing well.

The footage shows a man entering the Norco Market at 816 Sixth Street around 2:45 a.m. with an assault-style rifle in hand, aim it at the owner, and demand that he put his “hands in the air.”



The owner discharges a shotgun at the suspect in a matter of seconds from behind a glass display. The suspect promptly flees the business while yelling, “He shot my arm off!”

four suspects were discovered in a hospital. A shotgun blast-consistent gunshot wound was present in one of the guys, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. According to officials, the 23-year-old will be booked into jail after being released from the hospital where he is still listed in critical but stable condition.

Additionally, the reported-stolen suspect vehicle was discovered there. Authorities discovered a large number of stolen guns inside the black BMW SUV. In the hospital parking lot, three men were apprehended and jailed for robbery and conspiracy. Bail for them is set at $500,000.


The criminals were named as Jamar Williams, 27, of Los Angeles, Justin Johnson, 22, of Inglewood, and Davon Broadus, 24, of Las Vegas. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department reports  one of the criminals “was suffering from a gunshot wound consistent with a shotgun blast.”

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