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Pizza Hut Employee In Gun Fight With Thug

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(Springfield, Missouri) – With the Pizza Hut where he worked just closing, 31-year-old William Hotop was concerned when a man began to break down the front door in an attempt to gain entry.

That’s when Hotop lunged for a handgun that another employee kept by the cash register. Seeing the suspect raise his firearm, Hotop opened fire in self-defense. The suspect also fired his weapon, and the two engaged in a back-and-forth gunfight.

“It was a good old-fashioned gunfight,” Hotop said. “I protected (Pizza Hut) like it was my home. I love my job.”

Eventually the suspect fled, and police have not been able to locate him. The restaurant does not have security cameras.

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After saving the lives of multiple coworkers and securing Pizza Hut’s money, Hotop was immediately suspended while his supervisor was immediately terminated.

“I can’t believe that after I protected the store, I’m basically losing my job,” Hotop said.

Authorities are still searching for the suspect, while Hotop is still hoping to get back to work. Missouri is a Stand-Your-Ground law state.

Read More Here: http://www.news-leader.com/story/news/crime/2017/09/26/pizza-hut-shooting-springfield/704970001/

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