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Clerk Won't Be Charged For Shooting Robber

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"Clerk Won't Be Charged For Shooting Robber"
March 28, 2002

TOWSON, MARYLAND -- A liquor store employee who shot and killed a teenage armed robber won't be charged with a crime, prosecutors said Wednesday.

There was no evidence to bring charges against Richard Kosinski, 50, for the March 13 shooting of Derrick Breedlove, Baltimore County Assistant State's Attorney Ann Brobst said.

Breedlove, 17, was shot as he attempted to rob the Modern Discount Liquor store in Dundalk, Md., with a pellet gun. Police said Breedlove was robbing the store for the third time when he was shot.

Breedlove was a football star at Dundalk High School and was planning to attend Hampton University in Hampton, Va., on a football scholarship.

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