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CrimeDetroit Gas Station Clerk Charged In Shooting Over Stolen Chips

00:10  27 july  2019
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A Detroit gas station clerk has been charged in the deadly shooting of a customer on Sunday, May 13, 2018.

The wrong man was shot at a Detroit gas station and seriously hurt, after police say the clerk was instead trying to Surveillance video shows the two men arguing with the clerk as they make their way out of the shop. The man in the white shirt bends over and can be seen filling his arms with multiple

DETROIT (WWJ) - A Detroit gas station clerk is facing a slew of charges, including attempted murder, in the shooting of a young man whose friend was trying to steal some chips.

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It happened Tuesday, according to authorities, at the Shell station in the 17700 block of W. Warren, near the Southfield Freeway, on the city's west side.

Safaa H. Marzok, 27, was working at the gas station when he got into an argument with a 23-year-old man and his companion, 22-year-old Tavarlis Durham of Detroit.

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Lauren Podell reports on the key hearing Friday for a woman who is accused of pulling out a gun at a gas station in Detroit .

DETROIT - Video shows an argument between two men and a gas station clerk that ended with the clerk shooting one of the men. No arrests have been made. The preliminary report by Detroit police indicated someone was stealing chips , the clerk fired a shot and a man not involved in the theft was

After words were exchanged, Marzok told investigators that Durham was holding the door for the other man who took several bags of potato chips and tried to walk out without paying. At that time, it's alleged that Marzok grabbed a gun, ran out from behind the counter and pointed the weapon at the man holding the chips.

As the alleged shoplifter continued walking toward the door, prosecutors say Marzok fired the gun through the glass door, striking Durham.

Durham was transported to a local hospital in serious condition, while both Marzok and the theft suspect were arrested.

Marzok is charged with two counts assault with intent to murder, two counts of assault with intent to do great bodily harm, discharge of a weapon in a building causing injury, tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice and five counts using using a firearm in commission of a felony.

He was arraigned in 36th District Court Friday and ordered held on a $100,000 cash/surety bond.

No charges have been announced against the attempted shoplifter whose name was not released.

Customer finds man shot to death outside northwest Houston gas station.
Police are searching for a shooter who gunned down a man found dead outside of a northwest Houston gas station Tuesday night. This happened around 9 p.m. outside the Swift gas station on Gessner Road. Houston police say a customer walking into the convenience store at the gas station saw a man laying on the ground near the diesel pump area and called police. Police say when paramedics arrived, they found the man dead from a gunshot wound. At this time, homicide investigators don’t have a motive or a suspect but say the man, who looked to be in his late 30s to his early 40s, was not an employee at the gas station.

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