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(VA) Days Inn clerk shoots armed robber 07-17-03

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  1. WAGCEVP

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    (VA) Days Inn clerk shoots armed robber 07-17-03


    U0TE: Fisher's father, Westmoreland Supervisor Darryl E. Fisher, said
    yesterday his son is improving and may be discharged from the hospital
    in a few days.""It's been a trying experience," Darryl Fisher said. "It's taken much prayer just to keep him alive. We'll sort through the rest later."


    Mr. Fisher, Maybe you had better pray that your son considers a carreer change before somebody does NOT miss!! :rollryes:
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    Robbery suspect stable after shooting
    http://fredericksburg.com/News/FLS/2003/072003/07172003/1040507
    Tappahannock man recovering after being shot while allegedly trying to
    rob motel
    By FRANK DELANO
    Date published: 7/17/2003

    Clerk wounds man in holdup at motel in Tappahannock

    A 25-year-old Tappahannock man remains in stable condition in a Richmond
    hospital after being shot June 26 while allegedly trying to rob a motel.

    Tappahannock police say a desk clerk of the Days Inn shot an armed
    robber about 12:45 a.m. Shortly after the wounded man fled the motel,
    emergency personnel responded to a 911 call from a nearby townhouse
    about a gunshot victim.

    Tenelle Fisher, who lived in the townhouse development, has been charged
    with attempted robbery and use of a firearm while committing a felony,
    said Tappahannock Police Chief James H. Barrett Jr.

    Barrett said Fisher also is a suspect in the June 20 robbery of the same
    clerk at the same motel.
    Fisher is facing a trial next month in Essex County on a felony
    breaking-and-entering charge from last year. He was convicted in
    Westmoreland County of forgery in 1998 and grand larceny in 2001.

    Fisher's father, Westmoreland Supervisor Darryl E. Fisher, said
    yesterday his son is improving and may be discharged from the hospital
    in a few days.

    "It's been a trying experience," Darryl Fisher said. "It's taken much
    prayer just to keep him alive. We'll sort through the rest later."

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  2. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    Well, somebody's got to hold down the far end of the bell curve, right?
     
  3. Sylvilagus Aquaticus

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    Looks like Sonny may be on his way to a career in politics like Daddy. Just getting a little rougher start- maybe Dad hasn't passed down how to rob without getting shot.

    Huzzah for the motel clerk. Hope he doesn't get charged for shooting the wayward child of a public official or sued by the family.


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    Rabbit.
     
  4. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

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    Tennelle Fisher is a whimp for calling in the EMTs. Like Sgt. Barnes (Platoon) says, "Take the pain!" Oh well, for the time he's in the jail ward of the hospital, we know motel robberys will be down. :)
     
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    Maybe if he tries to rob the motel a third time, the clerk's aim will have gotten better.

    :D
     
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