MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FOUGHT OFF GUN-WIELDING ROBBER AT THEIR LIQUOR STORE IN OKLAHOMA IN A SHOOT-OUT

 Tina Ring, 53, and daughter Ashley Lee, 30, appeared cooperative as they were being rob by a shotgun-wielding man at their family liquor store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The fast-acting ladies soon turn the table on the robber when they locked him in the store with the push of a button and quickly pulled their own guns - CCTV footage showed.    The armed man was shot several times by both mother ad daughter as he relentlessly tried to wrestle Tina's gun from her. He has since been identified as Tyrone Lee, 36, by the Police.  GIRL DISCOVERS HER DAD ISN'T HER BIOLOGICAL FATHER AFTER TESTING HER OWN BLOOD DURING SCIENCE LESSON   Though riddled with bullets, Tyrone is expected to survive his injuries as the police is monitoring his condition and ready to charge him for this crime and question him for couple of other unsolved robbery reports in the area.          Speaking out after her ordeal, Tina said:   "I didn't want him to hurt my daughter. That was my main thought." "All I was thinking was "just give him the money and go" and the next thing I know I see him back in my face. I'm still in shock. I don't think I have really processed everything yet." Store owner Justin Christian, 33, who was out of town at the time of the robbery told KJRH-TV:   "I'm very proud of them. They fought for their life. Had my mom not made sure that the pistol she shot was empty... he tried shooting my sister with it point-blank." "You're not going to scare me off from my store. This is what feeds my family, this is what pays my bills." DSCUS
Tina Ring, 53, and daughter Ashley Lee, 30, appeared cooperative as they were being rob by a shotgun-wielding man at their family liquor store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The fast-acting ladies soon turn the table on the robber when they locked him in the store with the push of a button and quickly pulled their own guns - CCTV footage showed.
The armed man was shot several times by both mother ad daughter as he relentlessly tried to wrestle Tina's gun from her. He has since been identified as Tyrone Lee, 36, by the Police.

GIRL DISCOVERS HER DAD ISN'T HER BIOLOGICAL FATHER AFTER TESTING HER OWN BLOOD DURING SCIENCE LESSON


Though riddled with bullets, Tyrone is expected to survive his injuries as the police is monitoring his condition and ready to charge him for this crime and question him for couple of other unsolved robbery reports in the area.


 Tina Ring, 53, and daughter Ashley Lee, 30, appeared cooperative as they were being rob by a shotgun-wielding man at their family liquor store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The fast-acting ladies soon turn the table on the robber when they locked him in the store with the push of a button and quickly pulled their own guns - CCTV footage showed.    The armed man was shot several times by both mother ad daughter as he relentlessly tried to wrestle Tina's gun from her. He has since been identified as Tyrone Lee, 36, by the Police.  GIRL DISCOVERS HER DAD ISN'T HER BIOLOGICAL FATHER AFTER TESTING HER OWN BLOOD DURING SCIENCE LESSON   Though riddled with bullets, Tyrone is expected to survive his injuries as the police is monitoring his condition and ready to charge him for this crime and question him for couple of other unsolved robbery reports in the area.          Speaking out after her ordeal, Tina said:   "I didn't want him to hurt my daughter. That was my main thought." "All I was thinking was "just give him the money and go" and the next thing I know I see him back in my face. I'm still in shock. I don't think I have really processed everything yet." Store owner Justin Christian, 33, who was out of town at the time of the robbery told KJRH-TV:   "I'm very proud of them. They fought for their life. Had my mom not made sure that the pistol she shot was empty... he tried shooting my sister with it point-blank." "You're not going to scare me off from my store. This is what feeds my family, this is what pays my bills." DSCUS


Speaking out after her ordeal, Tina said: 
"I didn't want him to hurt my daughter. That was my main thought."
"All I was thinking was "just give him the money and go" and the next thing I know I see him back in my face. I'm still in shock. I don't think I have really processed everything yet."
Store owner Justin Christian, 33, who was out of town at the time of the robbery told KJRH-TV
"I'm very proud of them. They fought for their life. Had my mom not made sure that the pistol she shot was empty... he tried shooting my sister with it point-blank."
"You're not going to scare me off from my store. This is what feeds my family, this is what pays my bills."


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