Another day, another example of a good guy with a gun stopping a bad guy with a gun.
On Sunday at 6:30AM, Parrish Damario Kentrell attempted to rob an Atlanta area Hardees restaurant, pointing his gun at a female employee and demanding cash.
Unfortunately for Kentrell, bread truck driver and 2nd amendment extraordinaire, Joseph Chilton was on a delivery when he noticed Hardees employees running from the building and a woman yelling for help.
Chilton ran back to his truck to grab his firearm, and engaged with Kentrell. The two exchanged fire, and Kentrell fled after being hit twice by Chilton.
Kentrell was later tracked down and arrested by a SWAT team after refusing to exit his home.
Chilton was made an honorary deputy by the Clayton County Sheriff's Office, pictured above.
It's such a shame that pesky 2nd amendment is always getting in the way of absolute lawlessness.
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