A person who used to serve within the Marine Corps jumped into motion to cease an armed theft at an Arizona fuel station.
The incident occurred at round 4:30am on Wednesday, October 20, contained in the comfort retailer at a Chevron fuel station.
The veteran was in a position to detain the suspect till the legislation enforcement arrived.
Surveillance video reveals the veteran standing inside a Chevron fuel station in Yuma on Wednesday when two masked suspects walked by way of the door, one in every of them holding a handgun.
Authorities mentioned the armed suspect pointed the gun at a employee not seen on digital camera. Within seconds, the Marine Corps veteran knocked the gun out of the suspect’s hand, took him to the bottom and held him there till deputies arrived.
“The Marine Corps taught me not to (mess) around,” the unidentified veteran informed Yuma County sheriff’s deputies.
Two different suspects have been in a position to get away. They ran off from the shop after their good friend was disarmed and have not been discovered.
The armed suspect is beneath 18 and was booked into the Yuma County Juvenile Justice Center for one depend of armed theft and one depend of aggravated assault. No one was damage. An investigation is underway.
Watch a video from the scene beneath.