Woman, 38, with a concealed carry permit is arrested for shooting a shoplifter in the arm & # 39;

Woman, 38, with a concealed carry permit is arrested because she shot a shoplifter in the arm after he fought with the clerk and tried to flee the store with two bottles of liquor & # 39;

  • A woman has been to Nebraska after allegedly shooting a shoplifter when he tried to flee a supermarket with two bottles of liquor in August.
  • Shelby J. Jones, 38, walked into the Kwik Shop store along Lincoln Road's Holdrege Street and reportedly saw Tilian J. Tilian, 22, stealing liquor
  • The clerk reportedly tried to stop Tilian from preventing him from leaving the store, which led to a fight to break out between the couple
  • The police observe the fight and say that Jones, who has a license to carry a hidden weapon, has pulled her gun from him and placed himself at the door
  • Tilian managed to break free, run past Jones and quickly leave the store
  • She opened the fire, shot him in the arm, and closely missed the servant
  • Jones was arrested on Friday on suspicion of assaulting the first degree
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A woman was arrested in Nebraska after allegedly shooting a shoplifter when he tried to flee a supermarket with two bottles of liquor earlier this month, police said.

Customer Shelby J. Jones, 38, walked into the Kwik Shop roadside store on August 56 and Holdrege in Lincoln on August 1, when 22-year-old Tilian J. Tilian reportedly tried to steal liquor from the store.

Police Commissioner Jeff Bliemeister said the store clerk tried to stop Tilian from preventing him from leaving the store, which led to an argument between the couple.

The police observe the fight and say that Jones, who has a license to carry a hidden weapon, has pulled her gun from him and placed himself between Tilian and the exit.

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Customer Shelby J. Jones, 38, entered the Kwik Shop roadside store on Holdrege Street in Lincoln on August 1, when 22-year-old Tilian J. Tilian allegedly tried to steal liquor from the store

Customer Shelby J. Jones, 38, entered the Kwik Shop roadside store on Holdrege Street in Lincoln on August 1, when 22-year-old Tilian J. Tilian allegedly tried to steal liquor from the store

Bliemeister said that during the fight Tilian was able to break free, run past Jones and quickly leave the store.

Jones then opened fire on the apparent thief, shot him in the back of the arm, and succeeded in hitting the store clerk who ran after the store in pursuit of Tilian.

Officers arrived at 1:38 am after the clerk pressed a panic button behind the cash register.

"After conducting interviews, reviewing video surveillance and gathering forensic evidence, the investigators concluded that Tilian fled the property when he was shot by Jones," Bliemeister said.

Jones was arrested on Friday on suspicion of assaulting the first degree.

Bliemeister said that during the fight Tilian was able to break free, run past Jones and quickly leave the store. Jones then opened fire on the apparent thief, shot him in the back of the arm, and succeeded in hitting the store clerk who ran after the store in pursuit of Tilian. The police say that Tilian had one of the bottles of liquor in his hand when he was shot (photo: Kwik Shop at the roadside convenience store on Holdrege Street in Lincoln)
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Bliemeister said that during the fight Tilian was able to break free, run past Jones and quickly leave the store. Jones then opened fire on the apparent thief, shot him in the back of the arm, and succeeded in hitting the store clerk who ran after the store in pursuit of Tilian. The police say that Tilian had one of the bottles of liquor in his hand when he was shot (photo: Kwik Shop at the roadside convenience store on Holdrege Street in Lincoln)

Bliemeister said that during the fight Tilian was able to break free, run past Jones and quickly leave the store. Jones then opened fire on the apparent thief, shot him in the back of the arm, and succeeded in hitting the store clerk who ran after the store in pursuit of Tilian. The police say that Tilian had one of the bottles of liquor in his hand when he was shot (photo: Kwik Shop at the roadside convenience store on Holdrege Street in Lincoln)

The police say that Tilian had one of the bottles of liquor in his hand when he was shot.

Bliemeister added that part of the training for hiding and transporting includes a mandatory curriculum about when use of force can be applied.

Nebraska's law allows the use of lethal force to protect another person's property or property against the unlawful force if a person believes that it is immediately necessary.

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Tilian was treated in a hospital for his gunshot wound and was later released. Neither Jones nor the servant were injured in the incident.

Tilian has not yet been charged with the attempted theft, but the police are expected to quote him for the incident.

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