Ample discouragement.When five men tried to steal precious gems from two jewelry jewelry, personal adornments worn for ornament or utility, to show rank or wealth, or to follow superstitious custom or fashion.
The most universal forms of jewelry are the necklace, bracelet, ring, pin, and earring. salesmen, they ran into a hail of lead.
Outside a jewelry store in Little Rock, Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas
required military intervention to desegregate schools (1957–1958). [Am. Hist.: Van Doren, 556–557]
See : Bigotry , brothers Charles and Roy Hirshberg, jewelry salesmen, were accosted ac·cost
tr.v. ac·cost·ed, ac·cost·ing, ac·costs
1. To approach and speak to boldly or aggressively, as with a demand or request.
2. To solicit for sex. by five men intent on robbing them. The criminals did manage to grab the salesmen's merchandise, but the salesmen then fought back, pulling guns and firing at the robbers.
When police investigated the March 14 shooting, they confiscated con·fis·cate
tr.v. con·fis·cat·ed, con·fis·cat·ing, con·fis·cates
1. To seize (private property) for the public treasury.
2. To seize by or as if by authority. See Synonyms at appropriate.
adj. five guns, all belonging to the salesmen, and they located 21 shell casings, all from the five confiscated guns. The brothers stated that they believed someone fired at them, and so they returned fire.
The robbers attempted to flee in a van and a car, but the car crashed. Two robbers, Raul Camaro and Jairo Martinez, were arrested, and one, Andre Felipe, was shot to death, stated the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
The stolen merchandise was recovered from the car. No charges will be filed against the brothers because they are licensed to carry concealed weapons (Law) dangerous weapons so carried on the person as to be knowingly or willfully concealed from sight, - a practice forbidden by statute.<- in some states! ->
See under Concealed.
See also: Concealed Weapon , and they acted within the law. Charges are pending against the robbers.