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A U.s. Air Force veteran, a job as a clerk in the northern California market, shot and killed a robbery suspect Sunday after the perp clocked him in the head with a pistol, according to reports.
A Surveillance video has captured the moment two armed, masked robbery suspects stormed clear the Market in the Bay Point, Calif., located in the San Francisco Bay area, at around 11 o’clock on The pictures you can see a suspect approach the Mark Kasbrowicz behind the counter and hit him in the head with his gun, knocking him to the ground. If the defendant is charged, money in his pocket, and Kasbrowicz managed to get up and get to the store, a gun out of a drawer.
CALIFORNIA STORE OWNER FATALLY SHOOTS MASKED ROBBERS, 3RD SUSPECT ON THE RUN
“I don’t know if it was the fear and the adrenaline kicked in but I’ve been trying to protect myself a little bit. He forced me to the ground, and he was holding me down,” Kasbrowicz, told San Francisco’s KGO-TV. He told me that his colleague was shot by the second suspect, off-camera during the game.
The situation escalated when the masked man saw the Kasbrowicz was armed. He began to beat Kasbrowicz to be one of the rifles went off from him, to escape from the shop. That is, when the Kasbrowicz fired at him.
“I looked around the room, and he was running, and it is only by instinct that I had to have a shot,” Kasprowicz told the San Francisco Bay Area’s KNTV.”I managed to squeeze off a round, and it seems to be after the fact, I found out that I actually hit him with it.”
The suspect, who attacked the Kasbrowicz collapsed in the parking lot, and died from the gunshot wound, reports said. The second suspect managed to run out to the store and have to escape from it. Kasbrowicz received 17 staples to the head after the incident. Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office said Kasprowicz was acting in self-defense, and is continuing to search for the second man, who fled the scene.
“Sure, he’s passed away now, but then again, I’ve had the good fortune to be alive, and I am happy with my co-worker’s life”, Kasbrowicz, in other words, the men and women who were killed. “I was definitely shocked when I saw the video. I don’t know how serious it was until I actually saw it.”
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Kasprowicz in the last two decades in the private security sector after he served in the air force.