Grand Jury refuses to indict store clerk who killed armed robber

Last week, a grand jury delivered a no-true bill, refusing to charge Dollar General store clerk Rafus Anderson with manslaughter after he fatally shot a robbery suspect on January 3, 2023.

The incident has sparked controversy, leading the father of the slain suspect, Johnnette Johnson, to file a lawsuit against Anderson and DG Louisiana LLC for expenses related to the incident and emotional distress.

The events unfolded on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, when the Monroe Police Department responded to a shooting at the Dollar General…

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