Robber Points Gun at Second Amendment Patriot, Leaves in a Coroner’s Van
Man pulled his own gun before shooting the suspect multiple times
A robbery suspect died on Monday in Oklahoma City after reportedly pointing a gun at an armed citizen near a Harkins Theater in Bricktown.
The 22-year-old male allegedly pulled the gun on a 36-year-old man with intent to commit a robbery, KFOR reported.
The 36-year-old man and his wife were in a parking lot when the robber approached them.
The thug pointed his weapon at the couple as he allegedly tried to rob them.
However, the criminal got more than he bargained for and quickly realized he made a fatal error by picking on this man and his wife.
Unbeknownst to the crook at this point was that the husband is a Second Amendment patriot who was ready and willing to exercise his God-given constitutional rights as an American citizen.
Carrying a concealed carry firearm, the husband pulled his own gun and shot the suspect multiple times.
The suspect died from his wounds and left the scene in a coroner's vehicle.
The husband and his wife remained on the scene until police arrived and were fully cooperative, Fox25 notes.
Oklahoma City police said an armed suspect was shot to death in an attempted robbery Monday in Bricktown.
This occurred at 150 E. Reno Ave near the U-Haul Moving & Storage facility, according to police.
Officers quickly arrived on the scene and began CPR on the suspect.
Thankfully, Oklahoma is a constitutional carry state.
In the state, law-abiding citizens can carry a handgun for self-defense without getting a government permit.
Other states with constitutional carry are:
- New Hampshire
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
- West Virginia