A victim unarmed a robber in his home in Baton Rouge, LA this past Wednesday on September 6. WBRZ 2 ABC published a story about the incident on their website.
The victim told Baton Rouge Police that at around 12:15 a.m. he was in his front yard when the suspect came up from behind him. The suspect placed a gun to the back of the victim’s head. The suspect then demanded that they go into the victim’s home to retrieve money.
Once inside, a struggle over the gun ensued. The suspect shot the victim in the hand. But, somehow, the victim gained control over the weapon. The victim then marched the suspect outside of the house
The victim held the suspect at gun point in his front yard until Baton Rouge Police arrived.
Police identified the suspect as Travion Springer. Once they ran the license on the gun, police discovered that Springer had stolen the firearm.
Travion Springer has been charged with possession of a stolen firearm, aggravated second-degree battery, and armed robbery with a firearm.
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