For 39 years, Gerald Cook has run this jewelry store without a problem. But that all changed Tuesday. Cook says Farrelle Willis came in posing as a customer. Willis then allegedly held his knife to several employees demanding money. But instead of being a victim, one employee retrieved the store's gun. And fought the alleged robber's knife with three gunshots -- hitting Willis in the chest.
The jewelry store is still filled with bullet holes, but Cook says he's just grateful no one was killed. But hopes this teaches a lesson, to all wannabe robbers.
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