We have a story today that didn’t happen recently but also didn’t make any headlines either, at least not for the right reasons!
A Baltimore man is lucky to be alive after he was shot by the boyfriend of a woman he punched at a Baltimore County gas station.
The incident occurred at an Exxon gas station near Honeygo Boulevard and the White Marsh Mall a few years back.
Witnesses alleged at the time that the gunman was trying to cut the line inside the gas station when the victim stepped out of the line and followed him out of the store.
The victim followed the suspect out of the store to a silver car driven being driven by a woman.
“He opened the driver’s door and let the man know… the guy that was in the car, the suspect, he grabbed a gun and just fired about five or six shots,” said Jett.
Surveillance video from the Exxon station shows the victim opening the car door and punching the female driver before he was shot by someone in the vehicle.
We decided to report this video because justice was never fully served.
The woman allegedly tried to sell drugs to the victim’s kids at the gas station.
Witness Daijuan Jett said that the man then approached a silver car driven by the woman and her boyfriend. When the woman opened the door, the victim hit the woman several times. The woman’s boyfriend then fired multiple shots at him.
“He opened the driver’s door and let the man know… the guy that was in the car, the suspect, he grabbed a gun and just fired about five or six shots,”
The shooter owned the gun legally but the drugs were illegal and this shooting is not justified if you ask me.
The case was closed and the victim never got the chance to explain what really happened on that day!
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