A man was trying to rob a Georgia Hardee’s when he was shot and wounded in an exchange of gunfire with a hero bread deliveryman who sprung into action when he saw the robbery taking place, according to a report.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution cited police as saying that the suspect, Damario Parrish, was wounded after a “short gun battle” with Joseph Chilton, who interrupted the robbery as he was delivering bread to the Hardee’s in Ellenwood Saturday morning.
The Clayton County Sheriff's Office said in a news release that Chilton noticed something was wrong when he observed employees running out the back door and heard a woman screaming for help.
UPDATE: The bread delivery driver who foiled an armed robbery at a Hardee's this morning has been made an honorary deputy by Clayton County Sheriff Hill. The robber who was shot is in the hospital and is identified as Parrish Damario Kentrell. pic.twitter.com/hHZdk0EanL— FOX 5 Atlanta (@FOX5Atlanta) November 30, 2019