Clerk fatally shoots would-be robber at northeast Columbus store

COLUMBUS OHIO (WCMH) — Police say an exchange of gunfire led to a clerk fatally injuring a robber at a northeast Columbus store.

According to the Columbus Division of Police, at about 1:09 a.m., two armed suspects wearing masks entered the Beechcroft Newstand along E. Dublin-Granville Road and demanded money.

Police say the clerk fatally shot one of the suspects during an exchange of gunfire.

The other suspect fired shots, striking the clerk and a customer before running from the scene.

The robbery suspect fatally shot has been identified as Juanye Hawkins-Payne, 19.

The clerk and the customer were taken to an area hospital where they were treated and released.

The other robbery suspect, Daythan Jones, 20, has been arrested according to police, and charged with murder.

Police continue to investigate the shooting.

Jewelry store owner shoots robbery suspect 4 times after being stabbed in the head

HAMTRAMCK, Mich. (FOX 2) – A jewelry store owner got attacked in an attempted robbery, being stabbed in the head – but shot the suspect four times.

Both men are still alive after the incident which happened at Naya’s Jewelry on Joseph Campau Friday afternoon.

Hamtramck jewelry store owner guns down robbery suspect after being stabbed

“We had a stabbing and a shooting,” said Max Garbarino, Hamtramck community safety director.

Police say the suspect stabbed the store owner in the head but the owner defended himself and shot the suspect four times. Both men were taken to a nearby hospital

The whole incident happened so fast, the suspect never was able to try to steal anything, investigators say.

“I don’t know of any of our jewelry stores where they’re not armed, so it’s very foolish for someone to do that here,” Garbarino said.

Investigators aren’t disclosing the extent of their injuries but they did say the store owner is expected to recover.

“The store owner was talking to our officers and giving us details so I’m fairly certain he’ll probably be ok,” Garbarino said.