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A Tulsa, Oklahoma Walgreens employee with a concealed carry permit, drew his weapon and fatally shot an armed customer after the two engaged in an argument over photographs that led the customer to first pull out his handgun. Tulsa police identified the deceased man as 52 year old William Hurley. They noted to the Associated Press that a second Walgreens employee and a second customer were also struck by gunfire, but both are expected to survive.
The altercation reportedly started when the Walgreens employee attempted to verify that Hurley was the owner of photographs that had been left at Walgreens for more than a year. Security video reportedly shows Hurley pull out a handgun and jump over the counter at the store before grabbing the photos from the employee. At the same time, other employees were trying to call the police.
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Hurley then looked as though he was going to leave with the photographs, but for some reason returned back into the store and headed back toward the clerk.
Tulsa police spokeswoman Jeanne Pierce stated: "(Hurley) then came back over the counter, and a clerk who was 28 years old, who had a concealed-carry license and was armed,...
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