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Marine Veteran Stops Armed Robbery In A Matter Of Seconds At Arizona Gas Station

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An early Wednesday morning armed robbery attempt at a Yuma, Arizona Chevron station didn’t go as planned for the scumbags who planned on pulling a heist. Store surveillance video released by the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office shows a store customer appearing to talk to a Chevron worker as two suspects enter the front door with one holding a handgun.

What the criminals didn’t know is that the customer was a Marine Corps veteran and had no intentions of being turned into a crime victim.

“The armed suspect walked next to a store customer while pointing the weapon toward the cashier when the customer acted immediately and disarmed him. The other two suspects fled the area when they witnessed their fellow criminal stopped. The customer was able to detain the suspect he disarmed until law enforcement arrived,” the YCSO said in a press release

When asked by police how he managed to take control of the armed robber so quickly, the man stated, “The Marine Corps taught me not to [mess] around.”

It turns out that the armed robber was a juvenile who was sent to the Yuma County Juvenile Justice Center on one count of armed robbery and an aggravated assault charge.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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  1. I wish this dude would have been on the metro train in Philadelphia. Instead we had a bunch of degenerates filming the rape of a woman. Such upstanding citizens. Notice how shook the clown with the gun was at the first instance of confrontation. All talk.

  2. Awesome video! Can’t lie though it would’ve been much better had he threw the low life piece of trash on the ground and stomped on his head repeatedly until brain fluid was covering the entire store floor.

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