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An Atlanta man held a would-be carjacker at gunpoint for a hilarious 4 minutes. The suspect, Edgar Horn, age 61, allegedly entered Hashim Fannin’s car in the parking lot of a Family Dollar store in Atlanta, GA.
Fannin drew his concealed handgun and ordered Horn out of the vehicle. He then held Horn at gunpoint until police arrived as the entire incident was filmed by a bystander.
Fannin berated Horn for the duration of the encounter. When police arrived they told Fannin “Good job,” and shook his hand before taking Horn into custody.
“I told him no, there’s no leaving, leaving was before you hopped into my car … at this point there is no leaving,” Fannin said during an interview with Atlanta ABC affiliate WSB-TV.
“You were not trying to rob me,” Fannin said to the man on cellphone video of the incident. “Do you just get into random people’s cars … you thought I was your friend… you thought I was your friend… so you woke up stupid this morning?”
Horn was arrested on two charges, attempted robbery and entering a vehicle.
This is the third dramatic defensive gun use caught on camera this month. Earlier this month, a woman opened fire on a group of home invaders and it was all caught on the home’s HD surveillance system. Earlier this week, an off-duty officer shot and killed 1 of 3 attempted home invaders who followed him into his garage.
See the other two dramatic defensive gun uses caught on camera this month: