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AR) Pharmacy employee fires at robber 10-22-03

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  1. WAGCEVP

    WAGCEVP Member

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    AR) Pharmacy employee fires at robber 10-22-03
    Date: Oct 23, 2003 6:26 PM
    Address:http://www.arkansasnbc.com/Global/story.asp?S=1493009&nav=F8n3Igxy

    October 22, 2003 at 6:43PM CDT
    Charleston Man Arraigned for Attempting to Rob Pharmacy

    A man accused of robbing a pharamcy was in court Wednesday.

    A Sebastian County Judge arraigned Jackie Martin Jr. on one count of
    robbery.

    Fort Smith Police say Martin tried to rob the National Pharmacy on
    Dodson Avenue a week and a half ago, but a store employee started firing
    shots so Martin left without any cash or drugs.

    Officers later arrested him at his Charleston home.

    The judge set bond at $25,000.
     
  2. Mark Tyson

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    The employee needs to go back to the range with a couple hundred rounds.
     
  3. Moparmike

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    Geeze, another Fort Smith one? Yep, time to not stay in Fort Smith.
     
  4. sm

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    Been to long since I lived there. Any members in the area? Is this the historical area around Armbrusters ( the guys that make limos)?
    Next to the old Packett House resturant? ( that dates me).

    Ya'll be careful up there.

    hillbilly...how about you? Is this local or some boys making the rounds as we say?
     
  5. Standing Wolf

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    I'm sure his parole officer is disappointed in him.
     
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