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Old January 25, 2016, 06:24 PM   #1
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Gun Shop Owner And Son Die In Shootout Over $25 Service Charge

Usually we've always said, "Look at gunshops and gun ranges, no one ever commits mass killings there."

Luckily this wasn't a mass killing, but now you know why gunstore employees are armed. Tragic. Over $25.








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Gun Shop Owner And Son Die In Shootout Over $25 Service Charge
Investigators don't know whether the customers or the owners started the shooting Saturday afternoon at McLemore Gun Shop near Picayune, Miss.

01/24/2016 05:18 pm ET

PICAYUNE, Miss. (AP) A gun shop owner and his 17-year-old son died in a shootout over a $25 service charge, and another man and his 29-year-old son are hospitalized, Mississippi authorities said.

Investigators don't know whether the customers or the owners started the shooting Saturday afternoon at McLemore Gun Shop near Picayune, and want to figure out just what happened before filing any charges, Pearl River County Sheriff David Allison told the Sun Herald. He identified the owner and his son as Jason McLemore, 44, and Jacob McLemore, 17, WLOX-TV reported Sunday.

Michael McCool, 29, allegedly shot both with a 40-caliber pistol, he told the station.

He said Jason McLemore's wife was at the shop, and called her husband in to clear up the dispute. "We believe there might have been some pushing and shoving," Tucker told the Sun Herald.
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Old January 25, 2016, 07:38 PM   #2
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From Sam1911's closing post on the other closed thread:

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And further, THR isn't a repository of bad news stories just because they involve a gun.

Absent any points to ponder or important information that relates to our core mission here, this is just a report of someone murdering two people in a customer service dispute, and that's not a THR thread topic.
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