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    DAYTON — Police said Montgomery County prosecutors have approved aggravated robbery charges against a man who attempted to rob an elderly man at the point of an AK-47 assault rifle, only to be shot and wounded by his would-be victim.

    Lt. Brian Johns said the suspect, Phillip D. Anderson, 24, is under armed guard at Miami Valley Hospital, where he is in stable condition.

    Police said Anderson blocked the elderly man’s vehicle with his own, then got out with the AK-47 and approached the man, who drew a handgun and shot Anderson twice. The incident occurred Saturday, Sept. 19, at West Third Street and Brooklyn Avenue.

    The wounded suspect fled in his vehicle, which was later found outside 109 Brooklyn Ave. with the AK-47 inside, Johns said. Anderson was dropped off at Miami Valley Hospital by an unknown person, he said.

    The robbery victim, who is in his 70s, is licensed to carry a concealed weapon, Johns said, adding he expects no charges to be filed against the man.

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    Handgun > AK47







    Futurelaw89

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      Originally posted by Futurelaw89 View Post
      Handgun > AK47
      Futurelaw89
      Apparently the old man had to carry a handgun because a rifle wouldn't have fit inside the car at the same time as his testicles. Just not enough room.

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