From WDIV of June 11, 2009
Gun Turned On Would-Be Robber
A 16-year-old was shot and wounded with his own gun Thursday morning during an attempted robbery on Detroit's west side, police said.
Two teenagers, one carrying a rifle and the other a handgun, approached a man at the BPS Gas Station on Plymouth Road and the northbound Southfield Service Drive around 6:40 a.m.
The robbery victim grabbed a gun out of the teen's hand and shot him with it.
The wounded teen jumped into a vehicle and attempted to drive away, but crashed into several cars on Forrer Street.
He was transported to Sinai Grace Hospital and is in stable condition.
The other robber fled the area. There are unconfirmed police reports that the second robbery suspect was arrested in downtown Detroit.