Temple University student with carry license exchanges gunfire with alleged robber (video).

Police: Temple Student Shot During Botched Robbery: MyFoxPHILLY.com Authorities say…

Police: Temple Student Shot During Botched Robbery: MyFoxPHILLY.com

Authorities say 21-year-old Temple University student Robert Eells had a license to carry the weapon and will not face any charges in the incident, MyFoxPhilly.com reports.

Police have charged the 15-year-old suspect, but say they are still determining just what happened in the double-shooting north of the city campus.

The suspect allegedly tried to rob Eels in front of his off-campus house in an early-morning encounter Monday. When Eels refused to give the teen money, the suspect started shooting, authorities said. Eels, who was shot in the stomach, fired back, hitting the teen in the chest and leg, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.

Source: Fox News

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  • Jake G.

    The sad thing about this is that the 21-year-old will probably be sued in civil court by the suspect and will probably lose. Upsetting to see dirt bags, like that kid, take advantage of the system. Unfortunate… Good work 21-year-old. If only all colleges allowed students to utilize their 2nd Amendment right.