Irv Huppin was preparing to close his Garden Home, Oreg.,
pharmacy when a robber approached the counter and demanded drugs.
He showed a revolver in his waistband and awaited his booty with a
smile on his face. The smile faded when Huppin pulled his own gun
and fired, sending the crook fleeing.
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