A West Virginia pharmacist is credited with saving the life of his customers and staff after killing a masked gunman during an armed robbery attempt.
Just after 9:00 on February 19, the suspect identified as Terry Gillenwater pulled out a handgun to rob the Good Family Pharmacy in Pinch.
That’s when Don Radciffe, a pharmacist, shot and killed the suspect using his permitted concealed handgun.
Gillenwater was transported to the hospital where he died from injuries sustained.
Radcliffe told local media his daily devotional the morning of the shooting made mention of a robber.