CLEVELAND (AP) - A 22-year-old Cleveland convenience store clerk who fatally shot an apparent robber last fall won't face criminal charges.
A Cuyahoga County grand jury declined to indict Sterling Edmonds in connection with the Sept. 25 shooting at a Mini Mart. Police said Edmonds shot 32-year-old Curtis Grant six times during an altercation in the store.
Charges were dropped this week.
The Plain Dealer reports that Grant argued with Edmonds, who was in a bulletproof booth, over owing more money. Grant kicked in the door to the booth and went inside, and that's Edmonds shot him multiple times.
Police said Grant was not armed. The prosecutor's office said the gun used by Edmonds was owned by someone else.
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1/4/2013 5:57:40 AM (GMT -5:00)