Family of Adric White, robbery suspect, outraged at Good Samaritan who shot him.


The family members of a robbery suspect that held a store employee at gunpoint in Alabama are lashing out at the Good Samaritan who shot him and stopped the robbery.

Adric White, 18, was shot five times after he allegedly tried to hold up a Family Dollar store in Mobile on Nov. 12.

FOX10 spoke exclusively to both the unnamed Good Samaritan and the family members of White. They’re livid that their son was shot while pointing a gun in someone’s face.

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Let me see if I have this correct. The kid enters the store armed with a gun, intending to commit a robbery. Then he proceeds to hold a store employee at GUNPOINT!

Both the Good Samaritan and robber pulled out their guns at the same time. My guess is the good guy feared for his life. Not only did the robber pull a gun, but he made a store employee kneel and held the gun to the employee’s head! My guess is the employee must have felt they were going to be executed.

The robber was out on bond for robbing another business when he attempted to rob this store? It amazes me how his parents are still defending their son. Do not get me wrong. I understand and totally agree with being there for your children, but this is ridiculous. They probably would not have a problem with their child if he shot the employee and whoever else was in the store! It was their fault for being there, etc. The majority of the time children are a product of their environment, and I realize some children happen to be predisposed to violence. However, the latter is true in this situation. The parents and/or families’ actions speak volumes.


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