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    Donít rob the store with Grandpa watching.

    Store clerk, husband, suspect injured in Moore County shooting
    Lakeview, N.C. ó Moore County deputies detained three men and continued their search for at least one other Tuesday following an armed robbery and shooting at a convenience store that injured three people.

    The robbery happened shortly before 10:30 p.m. Monday at the Exxon Short Stop Food Mart at the intersection of U.S. Highway 1 and Camp Easter Road in Lakeview.

    Store clerk, Grace Kelly, 75, her husband, Angus G. Kelly, 78, and one of the suspects were shot during the robbery, according to Moore County Sheriff Lane Carter.

    The men in custody are Leroy Richard Medley, 20, of 1193 W. Indiana Ave. in Southern Pines; Demarcus James Dennison, 18, of 572 School St. in Polkton; and Randy Joel Williams, 17, of 350 Shaw Ave. in Southern Pines. The identity of the man being sought hasn't been released.

    Medley, Dennison and Williams have been charged with two counts each of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and one count each of first-degree kidnapping and robbery with a dangerous weapon. Medley and Dennison were being held Tuesday in the Moore County Detention Center under $250,000 bonds.

    Williams was taken to Moore Regional Hospital, where authorities said he underwent surgery and was listed in critical condition.

    Chris Kelly said his grandfather often sat outside the convenience store at night, armed with a shotgun in case someone threatened his grandmother.

    "Pops says he just didn't like her being down there by herself, I guess, and I really gave him a hard time. I was scared he was going to get her in trouble and lose her job," said Chris Kelly, who lives with his grandparents in Vass about two miles from the store.

    According to investigators, Angus Kelly put the family dog in his Jeep Cherokee Monday night and went to the store to pick up his wife. When he saw the robbery, he grabbed his shotgun and fired a shot through the store window, shooting Williams in the face.

    One of the men fled the store, and the two others used Grace Kelly as a shield to get out of the store. Thatís when, investigators said, they believe an exchange of gunfire occurred that ended with Angus Kelly being shot twice in the side and his wife in the arm.
    Store clerk, husband, suspect injured in Moore County shooting :: WRAL.com

    Hereís hoping Angus Kelly makes a full recovery and the scumbags spend a long time in jail. Itís a shame they were not permanently removed from society especially after one of them used Grace as a shield.
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    Good for him. Tough call--intervene immediately or wait and ambush 'em as they exit the store
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    Don't mess with old men.

    Good job Angus. We need more people like you. You did what you had to do to protect your loved one. I doesn't get any better than that. I truly hope you fully recover quickly.
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    I would like to upgrade his ammo to 00. shot in the face then would not be a surgery thing.
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    I agree with using 00 buck for face shots. I would eliminate the need for any surgery.

    Glad the elderly couple will be OK. As for the dirtbags...Hang 'em High!

    When two elderly folks have to work hard to make ends meet...and they are willing to work...just to have some young thugs try to take it away?


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    Hope the older couple get well soon. BG's need to spend some quality time in the slammer. 00 buck would have ended the one, and got the others charged with murder, better for all involved.
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    yep a minimum of #4 buck and he would have had some new orifices,one downside is he is lucky they didn't kill him,he turned a robbery into a hostage situation,and then they used the hostage as a shield while returning fire
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    This guy got very lucky..hope he recovers...and upgrades his shot ammo
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    Update

    Fourth suspect arrested in Moore County robbery, shooting

    Lakeview, N.C. ó Moore County Sheriff Lane Carter announced Wednesday morning that a fourth suspect has been arrested in the Monday robbery of a convenience store that led to the shooting of an elderly couple.

    Paris Yusef Mack, 17, of 915 Richards St. in Southern Pines, was charged Tuesday as the suspected getaway driver who fled from the robbery at Exxon Short Stop Food Mart in Lakeview.

    Investigators said that late Monday, Angus Gene Kelly, 78, drove up to the store to see three men robbing his wife, 75-year-old store clerk Grace Kelly, at gunpoint. He fired a shotgun through the window, striking one man in the face. Investigators said the getaway driver store fled, and two men inside the store used Grace Kelly as a shield, prompting an exchange of gunfire in which Angus Kelly was shot twice and his wife once.

    Grace Kelly was treated Monday night, while Angus Kelly was in serious condition at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill late Tuesday.

    The injured suspect Ė Randy Joel Williams, 17, of Southern Pines Ė was in critical condition at Moore Regional Hospital.

    Mack was placed in the Moore County Detention Center, along with suspects Leroy Richard Medley, 20, of Southern Pines, and Demarcus James Dennison, 18, of Polkton. They were given separate $250,000 bonds, and all face counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and one count each of first-degree kidnapping and armed robbery.

    Carter said the men might have committed a series of armed robberies from Moore County to Charlotte over the past several months.

    Three of the suspects have criminal records in Moore County, according to state Department of Correction records.

    DOC records show that Mack served a 2-month sentence earlier this year for violating his probation stemming from a 2009 conviction for possession of drugs with intent to sell. Williams was on probation for 2010 and 2009 larceny convictions, including one felony, and Medley has 2007 convictions for misdemeanor larceny and wanton injury to personal property.
    Maybe this time these "choir boys" will get some serious time rather than a slap on the wrist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Maybe this time these "choir boys" will get some serious time rather than a slap on the wrist.
    I really hope this is the case!!!!!
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    otherwise they might come back for revenge...
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    ...Carter said the men might have committed a series of armed robberies from Moore County to Charlotte over the past several months.

    Three of the suspects have criminal records in Moore County, according to state Department of Correction records.

    DOC records show that Mack served a 2-month sentence earlier this year for violating his probation stemming from a 2009 conviction for possession of drugs with intent to sell. Williams was on probation for 2010 and 2009 larceny convictions, including one felony, and Medley has 2007 convictions for misdemeanor larceny and wanton injury to personal property...


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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    ...Carter said the men might have committed a series of armed robberies from Moore County to Charlotte over the past several months.

    Three of the suspects have criminal records in Moore County, according to state Department of Correction records.

    DOC records show that Mack served a 2-month sentence earlier this year for violating his probation stemming from a 2009 conviction for possession of drugs with intent to sell. Williams was on probation for 2010 and 2009 larceny convictions, including one felony, and Medley has 2007 convictions for misdemeanor larceny and wanton injury to personal property...


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    Update: Man, shot defending wife during robbery, dies

    Chapel Hill, N.C. ó A 78-year-old man has died of injuries he suffered in a shootout last month with three men trying to rob his wife, a clerk at a Lakeview convenience store.

    Deputy Neil Godfrey with the Moore County Sheriff's Office said Angus Kelly died Friday morning at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, where he had been listed in critical condition since the June 29 robbery.

    Friends said Kelly often waited outside the Exxon Short Stop Food Mart to protect his 75-year-old wife whenever she was the last one working at the store.

    He had driven up to the store that night to see three men robbing his wife at gunpoint. He fired a shotgun through the window, striking one man in the face.

    The getaway driver fled, and two other men inside the store used Grace Kelly as a shield, prompting an exchange of gunfire in which the husband and wife were shot, investigators said.

    Grace Kelly was treated for a gunshot wound in the arm and released from the hospital that night.

    A grand jury is expected to hear evidence Monday seeking murder charges in the case.

    Four people face charges in the crime: Randy Joel Williams, 17, Leroy Richard Medley, 20, Paris Yusef Mack, 17, all of Southern Pines, and Demarcus James Dennison, 18, of Polkton.

    Each were initially charged with two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and one count each of first-degree kidnapping and armed robbery.
    Man, shot defending wife during robbery, dies :: WRAL.com

    Here's hoping all four criminals get charged and convicted of 1st degree murder. Unfortunately they are still wasting oxygen and a good man is dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    i agree with using 00 buck for face shots. I would eliminate the need for any surgery.

    Glad the elderly couple will be ok. As for the dirtbags...hang 'em high!

    when two elderly folks have to work hard to make ends meet...and they are willing to work...just to have some young thugs try to take it away?


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