From WKOW of September 10, 2009
Jewelry store owner won't face charges for shooting robber
The jewelry store owner who shot an armed robbery won't face any charges.
Assistant District Attorney Richard Ginkowski says the owner of the Jewelry Exchange in Kenosha was acting in self-defense on Wednesday when two men walked into his store and one pointed a handgun at him. The store owner pulled his own gun out from under the counter and shot the armed man in the chest.
Both suspects the store, and a police officer found the injured man about a block away.
The injured man is recovering at a hospital. Ginkowski says the man, a 29-year-old from Zion, Ill., is likely to face robbery charges. Police are still looking for the other suspect.