A woman shot a suspected robber wielding a hatchet this past Friday night on April 13. The incident occurred in Tucson, Arizona. Tucson News Now published a story about the incident on their website.
The incident happened at around 8:40 pm Tucson time this past Friday night on April 13. As a woman left a store located in the 4400 block of South 6th Avenue, a suspected male robber approached with a hatchet. The male robber prevented the woman from shutting the door.
The woman retrieved a hand gun. As the robber raised his hatchet, the woman fired. The struck robber attempted to flee, but the woman held him on the ground at gunpoint until Tucson Police Department Officers could arrive. Police recovered the hatchet after arriving to the scene.
Paramedics transported the suspect to a hospital. Once the hospital releases the armed robbery suspects, Tucson Police said that he’ll face multiple charges.
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