Alabama Thief' s Family Angry At Good Samaritan For
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By Khmer Casino, Thu, November 21, 2013
The family of alleged robber, Odric
White, is taking their anger out on the Good
Samaritan who shot their son at a Family Dollar
store in Mobile, Ala., saying that the customer
should have "just left the store."
o reported that the customer came to the
rescue ofthe employees who were held at
gunpoint on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
The unidentified Good Samaritan was at the
Family Dollar store to do some shopping. He
then saw a gunman wearing a mask leading an
employee to the front of the store.
He had the gun to his head. He had him on his knees," the man told ( 1" l drew my gun
on him and I said 'Hey don’ t move.’ At that point he swung around and before he had a
chance to aim the gun at me I fired. I didn' t want to shoot him."
He added, "It wasjust instinct. It happened so quickly. I didn' t want to shoot him, but when I
saw him swing around so fast I didn' t want to get shot either."
After being shot five times, White was rushed to a nearby hospital where he is recovering and
is in police custody.
Tavares Moss, 19, White' s accomplice was also arrested by police.
White was also arrested in September for robbing The Original Dyster House at gunpoint, ant
was out on bond before the attempted robbery at Family Dollar.
An unidentified family member said White should have never been shot.
If his (the customer} life was not in danger, if no one had a gun up to him, if no one pointed a
gun at him - what gives him the right to think that it' s okay to just shoot someone?" the
relative told ( 1" Ytw should left the store and went wherever you had to go in
your car or whatever."
When asked what she thought about White' s involvement in the two robberies, the relative
said, "We don’ t know. Like I said, we don’ t know anything. We only know what wave been
hearing second hand through the news. I would not like to comment because I don’ t know."