Saturday, November 8, 2003

Pawn shop shooting suspect arrested in neighboring Pa.



The Associated Press

BARBERTON, Ohio - A man suspected of shooting two people at a pawn shop was arrested Friday near Somerset, Pa., 150 miles from this northeast Ohio city, police said.

A warrant had been issued for Matthew T. Brown, 26, of Fairlawn, charging him with attempted murder, Barberton police Chief Mike Kallai said.

Kallai said a man with an assault rifle entered Sydmor's Jewelry and Pawn Shop at 12:46 p.m. Friday and shot two people during a robbery attempt.

Clara Boggs, 23, and David Backus, whose age was not available, were in serious condition at Akron General Medical Center.




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