Carjacking Stopped Cold
Even when running errands, just like he was doing this morning, Mike Taylor is on guard. Mike Taylor stated "The police have their hands full with everything and I don't think they could be every place at once." So Taylor was ready when, he says, a man threatened to steal his car.
"Finally he told me he was going to kill me and take my car for himself. At that point I felt like he was going to kill me and I feared for my life so I drew my firearm and called police," stated Taylor. He never fired a shot.
Clark Aposhian, Bureau of Criminal Identification Chairman says that is what usually happens. "We have not seen any type of pattern of abuse or escalation of these types of robberies," declared Aposhian. "We haven't seen blood in the street that a lot of my adversaries or detractors would talk about."
Taylor has held a concealed weapon permit for six years.