Thursday, December 19, 2013

MN:Permit Holder Stops two Violent Crimes

 A northeast Minneapolis man interrupted an armed and bloody robbery at a corner market in his neighborhood, saying he sent the two suspects fleeing when he drew his handgun from his holster and had it “at the ready.”


 Store owner Mohamed S. Ahmed, 41, had the “back of his skull split open pretty good” from being pistol-whipped by one of the suspects, said Matt Dosser, who came upon the unfolding crime scene and cared for Ahmed until police arrived.


Dosser said he “came close” one other time to using his sidearm since the law was born. About eight years ago, while getting lunch for his tree-removal crew in north Minneapolis, he saw two men stomping on another man.

“ ‘I’ll shoot you if you don’t stop kicking that guy!’ ” he recalled yelling. The kicking stopped, he said.

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