Justice is Served
AURORA, COLORADO — One robbery suspect was killed and two others were seriously injured after a failed robbery attempt on Friday evening in a quiet Aurora, Colorado neighborhood.
A man and two friends were moving into a condo at Bayberry Condominiums in Aurora, when three men, reportedly armed with at least one handgun, entered the condo and demanded cash.
Two of the movers reached for their wallets, but the robbers were obviously unaware that the third man had a concealed carry permit. The unnamed individual reached for his legal weapon and fired at all three robbery suspects.
Local reports said one of the suspects, 15-year-old Dewayne Lamonte Quenvell Brown, died on the way to hospital, while the other two suspects, who were not named because they are juveniles, were also struck. One is reportedly in serious condition, while the other received a shoulder wound. The two surviving suspects are in police custody.
The district attorney said no charges would be filed against the shooter because he had a legal permit to carry a concealed weapon and was within his rights as he was being threatened with serious injury or death.