A man tried to rob another man outside a Michigan liquor shop. He was shot in the chest and arrested.
According to Detroit police, they responded to a call for gunshots last month. They found a victim holding his hands over his head and he claimed he had a concealed pistol licence. Fox2 Detroit reported.
According to the victim, a man wearing a ski mask and a Detroit Lions jacket followed him and his friend into liquor stores before pulling a gun on them.
According to reports, the suspect pulled out a gun to threaten to kill the friend of the concealed carry holder if the conceal carry holder did not turn over his wallet.
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As the suspect was being questioned, the concealed-carry holder pulled out a gun and shot the suspect in the chest.
Police later located the suspect, identified later as Joshua Fordham. He was suffering from a gunshot wound.
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Click 2 Detroit reported Fordham pleaded guilty to armed robbery in March 2014. He was sentenced to between 5 and 15 years imprisonment.
Fordham isn’t allowed to legally own a gun, and is being charged with felony in possession of firearms.
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Fox News Digital reached out to the Detroit Police Department but they did not immediately reply.