Bread Delivery Man Foils Armed Robbery, Shoots Suspect Twice

LAFAYETTE, LA - JULY 24: Police tape hangs outside of the Grand Theatre on July 24, 2015 in Lafayette, Louisiana. Two People were killed and nine others wounded when a shooter identified as John Russel Houser opend fire in a crowded movie theater. Houser reportedly shot himself after police arrived. …
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A bread delivery man in Clayton County, Georgia, foiled an attempted armed robbery at a Hardee’s Saturday morning by shooting the armed suspect twice.

WSB-TV reports the delivery man arrived at the restaurant to take in bread and “saw employees running out the back” around 6:30 a.m.

Fox 5 reports the robbery suspect, Parrish Damario Kentrell, had allegedly jumped the counter at that point and “pointed a weapon at a female employee while demanding cash.”

The delivery man retrieved a firearm from his truck and exchanged gunfire with Kentrell, striking him twice.

Kentrell fled the scene and was arrested at a house on Jewell Terrace Road. He was taken to the hospital for medical attention before being transferred to jail.

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